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MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1912.
\V. Naugle left this morning
for Blaokduck and International
Falls.
Ohas. Cominsky returned Saturday
from Minneapolis where he had gone
on business.-
If your dealer does not sell "The
Bemidji," 'phone 31 and say so.
\V. J. Shreve. of Deer River, was
in the city Saturday en route to in
ternational Falls on business.
Do you use "The Bemidji1'"
your dealer for it.F eon Is.
Ask
R. F. Ross of Walker, county sup
erintendent of schools of Cass
County, was a Bemidji visitor yes
terday.
Don't fail to see Cardinal Farley's Band are especially requested to
home coming at the Majestic theater present at the band meeting $
tonight tomorrow evening as there is
considerable business of import
I
C. S. Cameron, of Crookston. re
turned home yesterday morning hav
ing spent Saturday in the city on
business.
When your pencil breaks, resolve
to get "The Bemidji," the best nickel
pencil in the world.
.Miss Myrtle Ramsdell, of Akelcy,
was in the city yesterday, driving out
to Beeida in the afternoon where she
teaches school.
1 will trade my Smith hammerless
shot gun for good chickens. Inquire
of 0. C. Simonson, Beltrami Elevator
and Milling Co.
Miss Amy Berg went to Fosston
yesterday afternoon returning at
midnight. She visited her brother
and his family.
None better madethat -The Be
midji." Sold everywhere for 3 cents.
Mrs. L. H. Bailey and Mrs. H. A.
Scharf entertained the members of!
the Woman's Study club Saturday af
ternoon at cards. Five tables of,
When your pencil breaks, resolve
to get "The Bemidji," the best nickel
pencil in the world.
G. A. Melges, formerly of this city
but now of Minneapolis, is in the
city for a few days on business. Mr.
Melges is accompanied by Wm. A.
Blood of Minneapolis and together
they are looking over some lands in
this vicinity.
There are just 500 feet of spectac
ular film in Cardinal Farley's home
coming at the Majestic tonight.
to Tenstrike and left on the after
noon train for Crookston. He was
accompanied home by Stanley
Thompson, of Tenstrike, who will be
his guest for a few days.
If your dealer does not sell "The
Bemidji," 'phone 31 and say so.
Mrs. T. C. Stuart arrived in the
city Saturday night from Forreston,
Minn., where she has been the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Pan
chott. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart will
make their home in the city. Mr.
Stuart having accepted a position
with the Model Manfacturing com
pany. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stuart are
well known in Bemidji having lived
here a number of years before their
marriage.
Savings deposits made in the North
ern National Bank up to and includ
ing the 10th of the month draw in
terest for the full month.
List of advertised letters "un-
claimed" for week ending March 4,
1912. Men: Bosted, Gunnar Flink,
Gust Gile, Alva Isackson, Walter
McEachesn, John A. Nilson, Olof
Numan, Paul Stokke, Martin Steg
ner, F. D. Thompson, Ernest Wil
hett, Ernest Westlund, Fred Young,
Martin women: Anderson, Ella
Brown, Josephine Hemming. Elma
McGuire, M. H. McKenney, Alfred
Thompson, Chas, Wolska, Natali.
O. J. Weekly and Son of Gully,
Minn., have some fine bargains in
this community. If you are looking
for a home you should call on him
before you decide to buy. Land of
heavy clay soil at $10 per acre and
up. Both timber and prairie. Call
at 1207 Beltrami Ave. Bemidji, Minn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Parker were
surprised at their home on Missis
sippi avenue Saturday evening. The
irotf evening was spent in cards and mu
A
HOW TO FIND
The Northern Minnesota Devel
opment Association Immigra
tion Commission Quarters. 39-*
Third Street, South, Minne
apolis.
For the benefit of the readers
of the Pioneer this notice will
appear in both the Dally and
Weekly Pioneer for the next six
month.
On leaving the union depot
turn to the left and continue up
Nicollet to Third street, cross
ing that thoroughfare, turn to
the left and proceed half a
bloqk, toward the postoffice.
From the Milwaukee depot,
turn to the left on Washington
avenue and continue to First
avenue, turn to the left and go
one block to Third street and
then one half block to the right.
Daily Pioneer will be found
on file here.
NOTICE TO BAND MEMBERS!
($ All membei-s of the Bemidji
N
Miss Mabel Wheeler and Miss Lulu went out to the Scott home for din-
McCrum returned this morning from i ner after which they played games.
Blackduck where they were the over The members of the class are Mar-
Sunday guests of friends, jgaret. Symons, Katharine Bagley,
I Ruth Anderson, Pearl Phibbs, Es-
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
ance to be transacted. Do not
disappoint us. $
V. L. Ellis, Manager.
i -$ i S 4
sic. Those present were Messrs. and
Mesdames John Deu tcher, E. Jewett,
Geo. \V. Conibear, C. E. Aldrich, M.
A. Aldrich, Wm. Robbins, Mesdames,
Martin Nelson, Ed. Millette, Eldred
Smith, Jl. S. Kurd, Jas Duval. Misses
Vera Nelson, May Scarrott. Pearl
Driver, and Messrs. Ed. Revor, Fred
Scarrott, A. F. Hurd, Roy Hurd, and
Lester French.
None better madethan "The Be
midji." Sold everywhere for 5 cents.
Mrs. S. W. Scott entertained the
members of her Sunday school class
i Saturday at a sleigh ride to her home
two miles west of the city. The chil
dren, in charge of Mrs. M. Phibbs,
the
Mrs. H. S. Larson iv turned Satur- Backlund, Vera Cutter, Elsie Shan-
day night from St. Cloud and Brain- non, Lpraine Kreatz, Lillian Schultz
erd where she has spent the past few and Helen Haynor.
weeks visiting relatives and friends
the best in the
Ask vour dealer.
'T he Beuiidji"-
world for 5 cents.
Mrs. D. S. Whittemore of Detroit,
Minn., will arrive in the city tomor
row to be the guest of her sister, Mrs.
(1. A. Walker for a couple of weeks.
schroeder, Bessie Newton, Amy
Lo you use '"The Bemidji?" Ask
your dealer for it-5 c(s.
A number of young people drove
out to the G. A. Walker farm Satur
day evening to surprise Will Walker.
Games and music were The evening's
entertainment. Those present were
1 have withdrawn from the firm I Gertrude Grotte, Ella Anderson, No-
known as the National Employment .rah Grotte, Alice Hulitt, Emma Klein,
Agency, conducted by Pete Edd and Gladys Armstrong, Bertie Backlund,
13. B, Lundgren. Dated Saturday, Claude Reed. Floyd Tanner, Bert
March 2. 1012. B. B. Lundgren. Baker, George and Dale Walker, Alec
Cameron, Clyde Peck. The party
was chaperoned by Misses Ruth
Walker, Berylr Begsley. and Marie
Todcl
Bur
anc
.TOO" were played, Mrs. W. H. Vye Apprentice girls wanted at the Bemidji are glad to learn that prompt
receiving high score. ITenriounet Millinery Parlors to i
i -ii.xi.iviu, una, xj. rx DllllBJ 1V1I-.
an
Mr
Loren Graves, of Crookston, re- Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.r H. As. Scharf,
turned Saturday from a business trip
stewat
Geo F-
Mr
Sf
E
Buxton and C. C. Crippen. Mrs.
Arnold received high score,
The Bemidji"the best in the
world for 5 cents. Ask your dealer.
MAIL MEN TO BE BUGLERS.
To add to the picturesqueness of
country life, rural mail carriers some
day may announce their arrival by
the blowing of bugles. This suggest
ion has been made to the postoffice
department by a citizen of New Ham
shire, who adds in his letter that
the bugle also would serve a useful
purpose for country dwellers who
might wish to purchase stamps
from the carrier. It does not re
quire any bugle blast to tell that
golden grain belt beers taste better
than any others. That's why they
make friends everywhere. T. R.
Simons, Local Agent.
AMUSEMENTS
GRAND THEATER
A Rip-Roaring Comedy
THE WINNING MISS
(Imp)
THE PASSING
Is a beautiful drama, one of the
best made by the Thanhousers
THE FUGITIVE
Is the strongest western play
that has ever been presented in
this city.
$$$eS$33SSS$s *$
THIS DATE IN HISTORY
MARCH 4
1777Fourth Continental Con- $
gress met in Phi la
delphia. $
Vermont admitted to the
Union. S
Mrs. Frances Abington, $
noted actress and the S
original "Lady Teazle,"
died in London. Born $
there in 1737. 8
1843Congress granted $30-, S
000 to S. F. B. Morse for S
experiments with the $
telegraph. City of St. Paul, Minne- $
sota, incorporated.
Abraham Lincoln in
augurated president of
the United States.
The annual salary of the
$ president of the United $
States fixed at $50,000. $
18S1Wayne McVeagh of Pen- $
nsylvania became At- $
torney-general of the $
United States. S
Mrs. Ellen Colfax, widow &
of former Vice-President $
Colfax, died at South
Bend, Ind.
1791-
1815-
1854-
1861-
1873-
1911-
GOOD NEWS
Many Bemidji Readers Have Heard)
It and Profited Thereby.
[thousands of bad back sufferers in
Goo
new
travel
fast an
their reach. Many a
witlli
i
relie
learn the millinery trade. lame, weak and aching back is bad
no more, thanks to Doan's Kidney
A number of the friends of Miss puis. Our citizens are telling the
Ida Bailey surprised her Saturday good news of their experience with
evening at her home on Minnesota the Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an
avenue. Four tables of "500" were example worth reading:
played after which the uninvited, P. M. Dicaire, 1237 Irvins Ave.,
guests served refreshments. Those Bemidji, Minn., says: "For fifteen
present were Mr. and Mrs. Thayer years I was afflicted with kidney
Bailey, who made arrangements for trouble and I believe that' it was
the party, Mr and Mrs. E. E. Mc-1 caused by heavy lifting. My back
Donald, Mrs. H. W. Bailey, Mr. and was extremely painful, especially
Mrs. A. A. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. F. when I stooped, and ached so intense
ly that I could not get my proper
rest. I had dizzy spells and often af
ter stooping, my sight was blurred.
Finally I*began taking Doan's Kid
ney Pills and the contents of a few
boxes entirely relieved me. Since
that time I have had no further need
of a kidney medicine."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the nameDoan'sand
take no other.
Try a Want Ad
1= 2 Cent a Word-Cash
MAJESTIC THEATRE
MONDAY AMD TUESDAY
TWO BIG FEATURES
A BLOT ON THE 'SCUTCHEON
An intensely dramatic picture in two reels, taken
irom Browning's famous poem,
and
CARDINAL FARLEY'S HOME-COMING
Five hundred feett of spectacular film, showing every
detail of this important event, from the moment
he descended the of the steamship "Ber-
xntlJLhls.srmostgang-plank
os
i /&tP&
auspicious entrance into the portals
^hedral amid the presence of
hundreds of thousands of the great metropolis.
Adults, We Children, Be
CHE BEMIDJI DAILY FIO*EBR
NEW BATH ROOMS OPENED
In connection with my barber
shop I have opened new bath
rooms on Minnesota avenue,
four doors north of Rex Hotel.
H. K. FINCH
THE SPALDING
EUROPEAN PLAN
Duluth's Largest and Best Hotel
DULVJTH ,vi:- MINNESOTA
More than 1100.000.00 recently expended
on Improvements, 260 rooms, 125 private
baths, 60 sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and delightful
restaurants and buffet, Flemish Boom,
Palm Boom. Men's Grill, Colonial Buffet
Magnificent lobby ana public rooms
Ballroom, banauet rooms and private
dining rooms: Sun parlor* and observa
tory. Located In hearty of business sec
tion but overlooking the harbor and Lake
Superior. Convenient to everything.
One if the Great Hotels of the Northweit
We All
THE CROOKSTON
LUMBER CO.
WHOLESALE
LUMBER: LATH AND
BUILDING MATERIAL
Wholesalers of INKS PENS PENCILS
Wholesalers of TABLETS
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
STATIONERY
Bemidji Pioneer Pub. Co.
Bemidji Minn.
j.
Ttie MODEL
Dry Cleaning House
Tehplme537 106Secw4S
French Dry Cleaning
Pressing
Repairing
Goods Called For and
Delivered
You Use a lead Pencil?
"Tlie
Sold now at
If you knew just where you could buy the
Pencil
In the World
you would do it without much coaxingwouldn't you?
Arrangements are being made with every first class
dealer to sell
(The best nickel pencil in the world)
Barker's Drug and Jewelry Store
E. F. Netzer
Wm. McCuaig
J. P. Omich's Cigar Store
Roe & Markusen
Bemidji Pioneer Offise Supply Store
Retailer will receive immediate shipment in gross lots
(more or less) by calling Phone 31. Arrangements have
been made to advertise, as above, the names of all dealers
"who sell The Bemidji."
Bemidji Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Jobbers
The Following Firms Art Thoroughly Reliable and Orders Sent to Them Will Be Promptly Filled at Lowest Prices
NORTHERN GROCERY
COMPANY
WHOLESALE GROCERS
C. E. BATTLES
Oealr'ln
Light and Heavy Hardware
Engine and Mill Supplies
4Smhhing.Coal
Mail Orders Solicited
The Given
Hardwi^ofe
JJW"~ ,"1T
"v fc.
Whoietare and Ret'all
ardware
fkiirs? 311 MiiMHti
DWIGHT D, MILLER
General Agent
Indemnity Life and
Accident Co.
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
For the following Counties:
Koochiching, Itasca, Cass, Clear
water, Hubbard, Atkin, Crow
wing, Wadena. Good agents
wanted in all desirable towns.
Good proposition to the right
parties. Apply to O. Box
Number 222.
BEMIDJI, MINN.
LOI
jLjemiajl
TheModal Manufacturing Co.
Incorporated $2S.OOO.
Wholesale
BREAD, CANDIES
ICECREAM
Office and Works
318 Minnesota Ave. Phone
BemJdJI, Minn. 125
WR ARE JOBBERS
O
PIN TICKETS
AND
GUMMED LABELS
No need to send outside
of Bemidji for them
7- THE
Pioneer Supply Store
Can Save you Money
ildji Pioneer Pub. Co!
Send your Mail Orders to
GEO. T. BAKER &, CO,k&Jt
Manufacturing Jewelers
and Jobbers
They are especially prepared to
promptly fill all orders in their various
lines of merchandise.
Largest stock of Diamonds, and
Watches and the finest equipped work
shop in Northern Minnesota, Special
order work given prompt attention
SOO BAZXiSOA.B.
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D. H. FISK
leaves 9:51 am
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Wes
18C East Bound Leaves 2:45 pm
187 West Bound Leaves 10:38 am
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33 West Bound Leaves 3:"2o'pm
34 East Bound Leaves ......12:08 pm
35 West Bound Leaves'-'&:..'' 3-42 am
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Boun i Leave lii am
Bound Leaves 7:45 pm
10b South Bound Leaves 6:30 pm
freight West Leaves at 9:00 am
Freight East Leaves at 3:30 prrt
MINNESOTA ft INTERNATIONALPm6-11:*-s
32 South Bounfd Leaves 8:15 am
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leaves 6:2 0 Ijeave
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Si ,ort Bound Leaves 430 am
Freight South Leaves at 7:30 am
Freight North Leaves at 6:00 am
MINN., BED ZuMCE & HAN.
1 North Bound Leaves 3:35 pm
2 South Bound Leaves 10:30 am
LAWYERS
GRAHAM M. TORRANCE
LAWYER
Miles Block Telephone 560
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office oyer Baker's Jewelry Store
PHYSICIANS, SURGEONS
DR. ROWLAND GILMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OfficeMiles Block
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
'Phone 396 Res. 'Phone 397
DR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
DR. A. E.HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
i Over First National Bank, Bemidji, Minn
Office 'Phone 3(5. Residence 'Phone 72.
\i
DR. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offlce in Winter Block
DR. E. H. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
'Phone 18 Residence Phone 213
EINER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Securtiy Bank
DENTISTS
DR. D. STANTON
DENTIST
Office in Winter
DR. J.
1st
TOM SMART
Block
T. TIT0MY
DENTIST
National Bank Bldg.
DR. G. M. PALMER
7? -5rt
:3
Tele. 230.
DENTIST
Miles Block
Evening1
Work by Apoiutment Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday and Mon
day 11 to 12 a. m., 1 to 6 p. m., 7 to 9
p. m. Sunday 3 to 6 p. m. Monday 7
to 9 p. m. Beatrice Mills,' Librarian.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
Res. 'Phone 58. 818 America Ave.
Office 'Phone 12
EOUARD F. NETZER, Ph. G.
REGISTERED PHARMACIST
Postofflce Corner Phone 304
Personal attention to prescriptions
G. G. JOHNSON
Lands Loans Stocks
Come in and look over my list of lands in
Polk and Red Lake Counties.
OfficeBacon Block.
T\ BEAUDETTE
Merchant Tailor
Ladies' and Gents' Suits to Order. French
Dry Gleaning, Pressing and Repairing a
Specialty.
315 Belt .ami Aveaoe
MACHINE SHOP
We do general repair work of
all kinds. Gasoline and steam
engines a specialty.
OU A OINGSTAD
ShopRear of Pioneer Building
Hoffman Harris & Rapi ds
Bemidji, Minn.
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