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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
PUBLI8HBD KVKRY AFTERNOON.
OFFICIAL PAPER-CITY OF BEMIDJI
BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING CO.
By A. KAISER.
Entered In the postofflce at Bemldii. Minn.,
as second class matter.
SUBSCRIPTI0N-$5.00 PER ANNUM
There was an amateur thea
trical performance at Akeley
last week, and Editor Scheers,
of the Akeley Tribune, had the
temerity to write up the perfor
mance, to considerable length,
with fairness to all. The Pio
neer unhesitatingly recommends
Bro. Scheers as a good candi
date for judge of the baby show
to be held at the Hubbard county
fair next fall.
No town will become a good
business center so long as its
business men rely on a few mer
chants to make the effort to bring
trade to town. Too often the
men in a few lines of trade are
about the only ones that reach
out after customers. Other
merchants wait until these men
induce the people to come to town
and contend themselves with
what naturally drifts to their
place. A public spirited man
should ask himself if he is doing
his part to attract people to come
to town and trade in helping the
entire business community, and
no town is a success unless all
lines are working to extend the
trade as far as possible and try
ing to bring a larger territory
into the circle of which the town
is the business center.
EDDY SELLS HIS PAPER.
Prank M. Eddy, former con
gressman and editor of the Sauk
Center Herald, has sold his paper
to A. M. Welles, editor of the
the Redwood Palls Keyielle. Mr.
Eddy is now clerk of the house
reapportionment committee and
it is understood that later he will
be appointed to some federal
position.-St. Paul Pioneer Press.
The press of the state will re
gret to lose from its ranks so
valued a member as Prank M.
Eddy. The caustic comments
and opinions of Mr. Eddy have
been more liberally quoted than
those of any other writer in the
Dangerous coughs. Extremely perilous coughs.
4- r% Coughs that rasp and tear the throat and lungs.
f*S Dc/ulv Coughs that shake the whole body. You need
P^ a regular medicine, a
PLAN YOUR TRIPS
Two Trains Daily Standard and Tourist Sleepers
St. Paul to Seattle and
West Coast Points
The Oriental Limited
Twin Screw Steamships
Minnesota and Dakota
Between Seattle, Japan, China
Por full information call on
During the year 1906 we sold more lots in
Bemidji than any year previous.
cough- Ask your docto about Avar'
7 CJ/f Cherry Pectoral these severe cases.
Wo have no secrets I We publish
tho formulas ofall ourfor preparations.
state, with the possible excep
tion of Granville S. Pease of the
Anoka Union. The ex-congress
man has done much for the re
publican party. He deserves
much at the bands of the party
and his brethren in the editorial
harness will welcome the an
nouncement that Mr. Eddy is in
line for a federal appointment,
with a liberal emolument in the
form of a fat salary.
"GRANNY" PEASE SAYS:
The editorial meeting is not
what it used to be. The old fel
lows are quitting and the young
ones are taking their place, or
creating new fields. At the re
cent meeting I couldn't help but
note the many young fellows
who are gel ting into the harness,
and I don't hesitate to say that
as a bunch they are a lot of
bright, enterprising boys, and I
shall be disappointed if I don't
hear good accounts from them
all along. But candor compels
me to say that if I had my life
to live over again, I'd steer clear
of a printing office, and as for
following newspaper work, not
Can't recall a newspaper man
in all Minnesota who is wealthy
as wealth is counted now. Those
who started when they did in
business, very many of them are
rich, but the newspaper man
who works early and late, failed
to gather in the shekels. I know
a newspaper man works harder,
more constantly, than most
any other class, and gets the
poorest reward for his labors
than any other class on God's
green earth. But yet, the ranks
will be filled at all times, there
is a certain charm about the
newspaper business which capti
vates many a man, and keeps
him under the yoke, no matter
how it galls him or what the
Every Day the Best.
Write It In your hearts that every
day is the best day in the year. No
man has learned anything rightly un
til he knows that every day is dooms
"I am so annoyed! My servant has
just been killed on the railway. Only
half his body has been found, and with
the other half are my keys."Bon VI
The Fast Mail
The future of Bemidji is assured and
those intending to make this their home
should not fail to purchase residence lots
at this time.
lots for sale.
We also have a few good business
For further particulars write or call
Bemidji Townsite and Im
H. A. SIMONS. Agent. Swedback Block, Bemldii.
|l ONB MAN 18 MI38INQ.
Dozen Other Persons Injured by Dyna
New York, March 5.A roundup of
tunnel employes and a canvass of the
neighborhood revealed the damage
wrought when several pounds of dyna
mite exploded at Homestead, N. J.,
One man, George Johnson, a switch
man, is missing and is bjelieved to
have been blown to atoms, four per
sons were severely, and twice as
many slightly injured, the plant of
the Pennsylvania railroad contractors
was wrecked one house was torn to
pieces 400 houses lost their windows,
while a half dozen homes and Gever
naud's silk factory were considerably
damaged. The seriously injured were
removed to a hospital, where it was
said all would recover.
The dynamite was the property of
Bradley & Sons, the contractors who
are building that section of the Penn
sylvania railroad's North river tun
nel connecting the Jersey side with
New York city. It was stored in a
frame building twenty by forty feet,
located about 1,200 feet from the pro
posed end of the tunnel, where 120
men were working ander ground
None of these were injured.
Girls Killed by Train.
Madison, Wis., March 5.While
walking down a railroad track arm in
arm Catherine Maria Quinn, aged fif
teen, and her cousin, Catherine Mar
garet Quinn, aged sixteen, were struck
and killed by a switch engine of the
St. Paul road. Catherine Maria was
out in two. The other girl was in
jured on the leg and the face She
died a few moments after the accident
Whole Country Devastated.
Naples. March 5The mountain in
the province of Potenza, near Monte
murro, which is slipping into the val
ley, began again to move after hav
ing remained quiescent Saturday
night. The roaring of the avalanches
was heard for a considerable distance
Trees were uprooted and the whole
country was devastated. Five hun
dred persons are homeless.
Killed by Revolutionists.
Ufa, Russia, March 5.Prison In
spector Kolbe was shot and killed dur
ing the morning by three revolution
ists in front of the door of his resi
dence. One of the assassins was cap
tured. He said that the inspector had
been sentenced to death by the Social
Revolutionists on account of his
cruelty to political prisoners.
BRIEF BITS OP NEWS.
President Roosevelt has presented
Senator Hansbrough of North Dakota
with the pen with which he signed
the denatured alcohol act.
The new Transvaal ministry, of
which General Botha, commander-in
chief of the Boer forces, is premier,
was sworn in at Pretoria Monday.
Floyd K. Whittemore, state treas
urer under Governor Yates and prom
inent in politics for many jears, is
dead at Springfield, 111. He was sixty
two years of age.
George T. Slade, son-in-law of Pres
ident James J. Hill and general super
intendent of the Great Northern rail
road, has resigned. The resignation
takes effect immediately.
In order to cope with the bandits
who have for a long time been com
mitting murders and robberies on the
frontier several new brigades of Bel
gian gendrrmes have been formed.
Alexis Ivanikoff, a notorious Rus
sian revolutionist, has been arrested
at Berclansk. When taken into cus
tody a trunk containing thirty-five
bombs was found in his possession.
Frank Fitzpatrick, a prominent
resident of Cambridge, Mass., has
been arrested by government detec
tlves on a complaint from Mobile.
Ala, that he conspired to violate the
interstate commerce regulations by
sending lottery matter from one state
Minneapolis, March 4.Wheat
May, 77c July, 78%@78%c, Sept.,
76%c. On trackNo. 1 hard, 79%
79%c No. 1 Northern, 78%@78%c
No. 2 Northern, 76%@76%c No. 3
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul, March 4.CattleGood to
choice steers, $5.50@6 25 common to
good, $email@example.com, good to choice cows
and heifers, $3.50@4 75 veals, $4.50
5.75. Hogs$6.65@G.70. SheepWeth
ers, $4.75@5 25 good to prime lambs,
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, March 4 WheatTo arrive
and on trackNo. 1 hard, 79%c No.
1 Northern, 78%c No 2 Northern,
76%c May, 78%c, July, 79%c Sept.,
F7%c FlaxTo arrive and on track,
$1.20% May, $1.22 July, $122&
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, March 4 WheatMay,
75%c July, 76%c. CornMay, 46%
46%c July, 45%c. OatsMay,
40%c July, 35%@35%c. PorkMay,
$16.12% July, $16.32%. Butter
Creameries, 22@30c, dairies, 20@29c.
10c chickens and springs, lie.
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago, March 4.CattleBeeves,
$4.25g6.90 cows and heifers, $1.65
5.25 stockers and feeders, $2.75
4.90 Texans, $4.004.75 Westerns,
$6 00@7 26. HogsMixed and butch
ers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good heavy, $6.90
7 00 rough heavy, $email@example.com light,
$6 firstname.lastname@example.org, pigs, $email@example.com. Sheep,
$3.75(3)5.65 lambs, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Coveto us Man
Go not to a covetous old man with
any request too soon in the morning
before he hath taken in that day's
prey, for his covetousness is up before
him, and he is in ill humor, but sta'
till the afternoon, till he be satiated
upon some borrower.Fuller.
Misery assails riches as lightning
does the highest towers or, as a tree
that Is heavy laden with fruit breaks
Its own boughs, so do riches destroy
the virtue of their possessor.Burton.
THE KIDNEYS ARE
FIRST TO WEAR OUT
Few Elderly People Know What to Do
in These Cases and Should Try
This Simple Home Mixture.
The great majority of men and
women at the age of 50 years be
#in to feel the first signs of ad
vancing age in some form of kid
ney trouble and bladder weak
ness. Few are entirely^ free
from that torturous disease,
rheumatism, which is not a
disease in itself, but a symptom
of deranged function of the kid
neys which have become clogged
and sluggish, failing in their
duty of sifting and straining the
poisonous waste matter, uric
acid, etc., from the blood, per
mitting it to remain and decom
pose, settling about the joints
and muscles, causing intense
pain and suffering.
The bladder, however, causes
the old folks the most annoyance,
especially at night and early
A noted authority in a recent
article stated that he has wonder
ful success with the old-time
"vegetable treatment." He
states: "Of sixteen cases of
bladder troubles and rheumatism
which have been treated with
this treatment only one very
complicated case failed to fully
yield to its remarkable influence.
It is the most harmless treat
ment I have ever found to clean
the system of rheumatic poisons
remove irritation of the bladder
and relieve urinary difficulties of
the old people. It is a true vital
izing tonic to the entire kidney
and urinary structure, reinvigor
ating the entire system."
What he terms "old vegetable
treatment" consists of the fol
lowing simple prescription, the
ingredients in which can be ob
tained from any good pharmacy
at small cost: Compound Kar
gon, one ounce Fluid Extract
Dandelion, one half ounce Com
pound Syrup.Sarsapanlla, three
ounces. Shake well in a bottle
and take in teaspoonful closes
after each meal and upon going
to bed, also drink plenty of
water. This prescription, though
simple, is always effective in the
diseases and afflictions of the
kidneys and bladder.
A middle aged man stopped at the
subpostofflce in the north end and
asked if there was anything for the
"No, there is not," said the man at
"Anything for Jane Murphy?"
"No." "Anything for Anne Murphy?"
"No." "Anything for Bob Murphy?"
"No." "Anything for Terry?"
"No, nor for Pat nor for Dennis nor
Pete nor Matt nor Edward Murphy.
There is nothing for any Murphy, dead,
living or unborn, native or foreign, civ
ilized or savage, male or female, black
or white, franchised or disfranchised.
No, there is positively nothing for any
of the Murphys, either Individually,
collectively, severally, now and for
ever, one and inseparable."
The little man on the outside of the
window looked amazed and then in a
persuasive voice said, "Please look and
see if there Is anything for P. J. Mur
Almost a Miracle.
A good hearted curate who firmly
believed that God was continually
working miracles to enable him to help
the needy and who seldom had a coin
In his pocket, though he was never de
void of the fire of charity in his heart,
was accosted one day by a beggar wo
man. He pleaded utter lack of money
and sadly turned aside, but on the
mendicant beseeching him to search
bis pockets he hopelessly put his hand
In one and, to his amazement and Joy,
found a five shilling piece there.
"Another of God's miracles," he ex
claimed, and then, addressing the wo
man: "This coin belongs to you of
right Take it and go In peace." Hav
ing told the story a few hours later to
his worldly minded vicar and suggest
ed that they should both go down on
their knees and render thanks to God,
a strange unpleasant light suddenly
broke on the mind of the shrewd pas
tor, who exclaimed in accents not sug
gestive of thanksgiving, "Good Lord,
are those my breeches that you've on
"Ducks and Drakes."
The origin of the common saying
"Making ducks and drakes with one's
money" is attributed to a game de
scribed in the words of an old writer
as "a kind of sport or play with an
olster shell or stone thrown Into water
and making circles yer It sinke." If
the stone emerges once, it Is a duck
If it emerges more than once, the game
proceeds according to the following
1, 2, A duck and a drake
8, And a halfpenny cake,
4, And a penny to pay the old baker
6, A hop an a scotch
Is another notch,
6, Slitherum, slatherum! Take her!
The game is evidently the same as
that played even today by every boy
who has access to a pond or a quiet
river when he tries to make a smooth
*#*%& i &* ,s
stone skip along the surface of the |^*C^ V
water. Its connection with the pop- f^\\ S
ular phrase is, of course, only a meta-K
phorlcal one to indicate heedlessness in
use of money.
"To the Bitter End."
One of the most interesting phases of
the study of language is the peculiar
manner in which words and phrases
originating in mistakes finally grow
into the common speech of the people.
An instance of this is the expression
"to the bitter end," which is common
ly used to denote the final extremity
of a crisis. Although perfectly proper
today, it i tj nistake The
correct piu^e to tLo better end"
and arose from the fact that when a
vessel has paid out all her cable In a
storm it has run out to the end which
has been little used and therefore to
the better end. Daniel Defoe uses the
proper phrase In "Robinson Crusoe" in
his description of the storm at Yar
mouth when he says, "We rode with
two anchors ahead and the cables veer
ed out to the better end."
Romance of the Cigar.
A bride of a year ago gave her hus
band a box of long, lean and sickly look
ing cigars for a birthday present. The
man smelled them, looked at the label
and then, with tears in his eyes, said:
"I cannot bear to smoke your present.
I will keep them always as a token of
your love." His wife was so touched
that she went down town and ordered
three boxes of the same brand and had
them charged to her husband. When
she gave them to him she said: "Here,
dear these are not a present. Smoke
them and enjoy them."Topeka State
You know the fine picture in Homer
of the dead leaves which fall to make
place for the young buds. It is as true
of men as of trees we have our time
and pass away. Behind our vanished
youth germinates the youth of others.
Our children's destiny ought not to be
dulled by what there has been in ours.
Revue des Deux Mondes.
"Is that baby strong?"
"Well, I should say so! He raised
the whole family out of bed at 3 o'clock
this morning, and scientists say that
that's the hour when everybody's
strength is at its lowest point."Lon
Giving It Away.
The Young ManDicky, you think a
good deal of your sister, don't you?
Dicky (entertaining him)You bet! So
does ma and pa. She's been in the
fam'ly mighty near forty years.Chi
An obstinate fruit stain can gener
ally be removed by holding the spot
over the fumes of sulphur.
A Crimean Incident.
Many are the deeds of heroism re
corded in Sir Evelyn Wood's story of
his rise "From Midshipman to Field
Marshal," but none more thrilling than
an incident of the fighting In the Cri
"Look out' 'Whistling Dick!'" was
the warning that was shouted one day,
and at the call, -^tuch referred to a
certain huge mortar which had been
shelling them, every one In hearing
rushed for shelter. All succeeded in
gaining the trenches except young
Blewitt of H. S Queen. Him the
spent shell caught under the knees and
pinned to the ground.
"Stephen, Stephen," he called to Ste
phen Welch, "do not leave me to die!"
The fuse of the thirteen inch shell
was hissing, but Welch did not hesi
tate a second.
"Come on, lads! Let's try'" he shout
ed and, leaping from the trench, began
tugging with all his strength at the bi?
mass of non. At that instant it burst,
and of neither man was a fragment
iT WIL NO
Has cured thousands. Our guarantee
Is evidence of that. If you are not
satisfied after taking half of the first
GET YOUR BONEY BACK
Read what the oldest printer In Min
nesota says It did for him:
"The readers of the A. O. TJ. W.
Guide who may be afflicted with rheu
matism are hereby informed that we
have used this remedy, 6088, in our
family for two years that a single
bottle cured rheumatism of the arm of
six months' standing, and rheumatism
of the feet of a year's standing, after
experimenting with several regular
prescriptions and receiving no relief
Sold and guaranteed by
Barker's Ding Store,
FOR RENTING A
ING A BUSINESS
HELP ARE BEST.
FRIEND TO FRIEND
The personal ^commendations of peo
pie who have been cured of coughs and
colds by Chamberlain's Cough Reme d}
have done more thaimll else to make it 8
staple article of trade and commerce ovet
a large part of the civilized world.
Barker's Drug Store
A large shipment of Siuper and
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Ma
chines The best and most
beautiful line of cabinets ever
carried in the city. Also a
complete line of Pianos, Organs
and Sheet Music at popular
prices. Repairs for sewing
machines of all kinds.
BISIAR.VANDER LIP & COMPANY
311 Minn. Ave.
Phone 319 Bemidji
Has visited Minnesota for Ten
America's Most Popular
Specialist, Will Visit
Thursday, Mar. 7,
Returning every month. Con
sult him while the oppor
tunity is at hand.
1)K DO KAN
has no superior in diagnosing and treating
diseases and defoinmies He treats acute
and chronic catarih. diseases of the eye. eai.
nose, throat, lungs, liver, stomach and bowels
Dyspepsia. constitutional catarih, sick
headache, rheumatism, chronic female dis
eases, neuialgla, siatica. dizziness, nervous
ness, slow growth children, and all wast
ing in adults Defoimities. club feet, curva
ture of spine, diseases of the brain, diabetes,
paralysis. Blight's disease, heart disease, ap
pendicitis, eczema, varicocele and hydrocele
properly tieated Their system of cuimg
Goiters. Fistula, Piles.
varicocele and enlarged glands with the sub
cutaneous injection method absolutelj with
out pain and without the loss of a diop of
blood, is one of his own discoveries and is
the most really scientific and certain cure of
the nineteenth century Young middle-age
and old. single and married men and all who
suffer from lost manhood, nervous debility,
speimatorrhoea. seminal losses, sexual de
cay, fa'tering memory, stunted development
lack of energy, impoverished blood, pimples,
facial blemishes, impediment to marriage
also blood and skin diseases, sypbihs. erup
tion, hair falling, bone pains, swelling soie
throat, ulcers, effects of mercury, kidney and
bladder troubles, weak back, burning urine,
passing urine too of ten. gonorreah, gleet and
stricture receives searching treatment,
prompt relief and cure foi life He is able to
tell anyone his disease He is not likely to
doctor his patients for the wrong ailment
No incurable diseases taken Both sexes
treated confidently and privately. Consulta
tion and examination to those interested, $1
Dr J. E. Doran,
202 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis. Minn.
For coughs, coids, throat and lung
troubles. No opiates. Non-alcoholic.
Good for everybody. Sold every where.
FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR is in
a Yellow package. Refuse substitutes.
Prepared only by
Foley & Company, Chioago.
Bar" er' Drug- Store.
Danger Is near at hand when the kidney* at*
tick. Kldney-Bttes will purify and strengthen
the kidneys and restore them to their normal
and healthy condition. 25 cents.
ONE CENT A WORD.
WANTEDFor O. S. army able
bodied, unmarried men be
tween ages of 21 and 35, citi
zens of United States, oJ
good character and temperate
habits, who can speak, read
and write English. For in
formation apply to Recruiting
Officer, Mijes block, Bemidji.
railroad work near Armington,
Montana Ail summer's work.
Free transportation out and
back. Anderson & Johnson,
WANTED: Station men for rail
road work for A. Guthrie &
Co., at Fermoy, Minn, near
Duiuth. Ship free fares.
Anderson & Johnson.
WANTEDCompetent eirl for
geneial house work. Highest
wages paid Inquire at Ber
FOR SALE: Five room house
and lot 37^x140. Inquire 509
FOR SALERubber stamps.
The Pioneer will procure any
kind of a rubber stamp for
you on short notice.
FOR SALEMagnificent moose
head, mounted will be sold
cheap Inquire at this office.
FOR RENTA good five room
house. Inquire of A. Klein.
FOR RENTA good nine room
house Inquire of A Klein.
FOR RENT: Furnished room in
modern house. 700 Bemidji
FOR RENTNi ne rooms, over
the Arcade. Apply at Brink
LOST and FOUND
LOST: Pink silk muffler, yester
day, near school house. Re
turn to 510 Minnesota avenue.
PUBLIC! LIBRARYOj en
Tuesdays and Saturdays, 2:30
to 6 p, m. Thursdays 7 to 8
m. also. Library in base
ment of Court House. Mi&s
Mabel Kemp, 1'brarian
WM. B. MATTHEWS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Practices before the United States Supreme
CourtCourt of ClaimsThe United States
General Land OfficeIndian Office and Con
gress Special attention given to Land Con-
tebtsProcurement of Patents ana Ind an
Claims Refer to the members of the Minne
sota Delegation Ciongress. Ofiices*: 420
New York Avenue. Washington, D.
D. H. FISK
Ittoruey and Counsellor at Law
Office opposite Hotel Alarkhasn.
P. J. Russell
Attorney at Law
E. E, McDonald
ATTORNEY A LAW
Bemidji, ninn. Office: Swedback Block
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
Dr. Rowland G-ilmore
Physician and Surgeon
Office: nttcs Block
Telephone Number 309
Third St.. one block west of 1st Nat'l Bank
DRAY AND TRANSFER.
Dray and Transfer.
Phone 40. 404 Beltrami Ave.
Dray and baggage.
Phone No 58
Safe and Piano moving.
618 America Ave.
Dr. R. Foster.*
PHONE 124 MILES BLOCK
DR. J. T. TTJOMY
First National Bank Build's. Telephone No. 230
Delivered to" your ^t*tf
door every evening"
Only 40c per Month 3^f|^