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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
VNTBBJED AS SECOND GLASS MAT-
TER AT THE POSTOFFICR AT BE-
MIDJI, MINN., UNDER THE ACT OP
MARCH S, 1879. &
In the City of Bemld# the papers are
delivered by carrier. Where the deliv
ery Is irregular pjeasa uialfe immediate
complaint to-thja office* Telephone 31.
Out of town subscribers will confer a
favor if they will report when they
do not gt their papers promptly.
Every subscriber, to the Dally Pioneer
will receive notice about ten days be
fore his ume empires, Riving him an
opportunity to make an advance pay
ment before the paper is finally stopped.
One month, by carrier...?... $ 40
One year* by carrier 4*00
Three months, postage paid....!! 1 00
Six months^ postage paid 2.00
One year, postage paia..... 4.00
pages, containing a summary
every Thursday and sent postage paid
to any address for 1.60 in advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemidj* Pioneer Publishing
BABOUB JDAXX, Bditor.
It will be but a few weeks before
any water put on the paved streets
will freeze and when that time ar
rives it will be almost impossible
to sprinkle the pavement before it
is swept. The street commissioner
should be looking ahead and prepar
ing for that time which comes be
tween freezing weather and snow.
Those who have observed the
streets the past few weeks the morn
ing after they have been swept have
noted that a larger proportion, of the
dirt has been left on them. This is
not due to the labor employed but
in the first place to the antiquated
machinery purchased for this pur
pose by the city council ajid in the
second to thet faet that already the
machinery is wearing out. The
brushes on the sweeper are so worn
that they cannot pick,up all the dirt.
It has been suggested several times
that the street commissioner use fire
department hose and flush the streets.
This would carry the dirt into the
storm sewers where it would be
washed into the river. In case the
dirt is too heavy, the flushing could
be done the night after the streets
have been brushed.
Something must be done to get the
streets thoroughly clean before the
freeze up comes or the people who
spend most of their day down town
will be suffocated with dust. It is
not merely a question of cleanliness
and expediency it is a question of
State Forester's Report.
The Pioneer has received a copy of
the 1911 report of the state forester.
The report is the first ever issued
by the chief forester to the state
forestry board and was compiled by
William T. Cox and Dillon P. Tier
ney, his assistant. The report is
illustrated with photographs taken in
the woods and on the lakes and is
complete in every detail. One of its
features is a map of the state show
ing the pine and hardwood forest
areas and the patrol limits of each
ranger. The report makes a book
of 116 pages and contains informa
tion of value to every person in the
state and especially those 'Who live
in the timbered area. The book is
neatly bound in paper, printed on
good stock and makes a. valuable
contribution to anjr library.
Frank Day On the Job.
Frank Day has been named to head
the Democratic campaign in Minne
sota. Ed. Smith will probably head
the Republican committee. With
two old hands working against each
other, the campaign during the next
thirty days should furnish the ordin
ary man with some excitement.
The Democratic party in Minneso
ta has been quiet while Day took a
vacation in Missoula, Montana, and
published a paper there in order to
keep busy. Day was originally a
Republican but his defection can
probably be excused by the ardor
with which he has espoused his
adopted cause. With Day on the job
the people will at least know that
the Democrats are in the campaign.
THIS BATE IN HISTORY.
historic seige of Ley den.
1691Treaty of Limerick ended
the war between the English and
1776New Jersey adopted the
state motto, "Liberty and Prosper-
1800George Bancroft, noted his
torian, born in~ Worcester, Mass.
Died in Washington, D. C, Jan. 17,
1837Hortense de Beauharnais,
daughter of the Empress- Josephine
and mother of Napoleon III., died.
Born April 10, 1783.
1843Senator Lewis P. Linn, au
thor of the Oregon Bill, died at Saint
Genevieve, Mo. Born near Louis-
and the Rev. Dr. Thomas, at Port
"How many graduated from Yell*
rard Jhis June.?"
"Five hundred and ten."
"All going into professional base
ball, I s'pose?"
"Not at all," retorted the dean peev
ishly. "That sort of talk is becom
ing offensive. We have two men who
expect to be doctors and one man who
Is going into his father's hardware
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering' it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be used except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the
damage they will do is ten fold to the
good you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains
no mercury, and is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. In buying
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by P. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free.
Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bot
Take Hall's Family Pills for Constipa
demy of Music in New York City.J^~
1873Execution of the four Mo- .w-
docs for the murder of Gen. Canby ^aw
English poet, died. Born March* 24,
19o r Thirteenth
Peace Conference began its sessions
in Boston. --5
THIS IS MY 21st BIRTHDAY^
Prince Maurice of Battenburg.^"
Prince Maurice of Battenburg,
who attains his majority today, was
born October 3, 1891. He is a grand
son of the late Queen Victoria, his
mother being the late Queen's favor
ite daughter, Princess Beatrice, who
married Prince Henry of Battenburg.
The latter died of fever while serv
ing with the British army in Africa
in 1896. Prince Maurice, like ail
the members of the English royal
family, recived an excellent educa
tion. Like his father he decided
upon a military career and is now
a lieutenant in the First King's Roy
al Rifle Corps. The only sister of
Prince Maurice is the present Queen
Andrew J. Montague, former gov
ernor of Virginia, fifty years old to
Rt. Rev. James DeWolf Perry,
Episcopal bishop of Rhode Island,
forty-one years old today.
Jeanette L. Gilder, noted journal
ist and critic, sixty-three years old
Dr. Wililam Crawford Gorgas, as
sistant surgeon-general of the U. S.
A. and chief sanitary officer of the
Panama Canal, fifty-eight years old
Sir Gervas P. Glyn, noted English
traveler, fifty years old today.
OQ4 to. study the
Lady-Io ventured to call on you for
opildon, professor. Do you think
piano? m^ 3*\
Famous Planlsio-Does he show any
LadyNot the leasts But his hair
has been falling out io much lately
and everything else we have tried has
done no good at all!-Punch.
How Soon They Forgeti^^
"Your lino offers few luxuries.'*
"We subordinate everything to safe*
ty," said the agent. "Just consider
our safety appliances."
"But this ship has no shuffleboard."
"True." ^i'- iJl'^f
"No squash court."
"No. Would you rather risk your
"Well, I guess I'll take a chance."
If you have young children you
have perhaps noticed that disorders
of the stomaoh are their most com
mon ailment. To correct this you
will find Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver- Tablets excellent. They are
easy and pleasant to take, and mild
and gentle in effect. For sale by all
What It Was.
'1 think times must be getting bet-
"I haven't noticed any improve-
"Neither have I, but it appears to
me that the book agents have been
more numerous recently than usual.
That's a sign."
"No, you're wrong. That's no sign
it's a nuisance."
"They tell me that your small boys
says some unusually clever things."
"Yes, yes. Did you hear his latest?"
"Sure." "Why, you never met him."
"True. But I've met a lot of doting
fathers who invariably tell the same
old silly tales."
"Charley, dear," said young Mrs.
Torkins, "did you say those blue
hips were worth a dollar apiece?"
"Well, here is a whole boxful that
I got for ninety-eight cents with some
other colors thrown in."
will greatly add to the
pleasure of touring
Include a case in your
"Leads Them All"
Tiieo. am Brewing Co.,
Si. Pasl, Minn.
P. J. Wolf, Local Agent, Beiidji, yiin.
Stop! Look! Listen!
Bemidji has just one exclusive grocery and delicatessen store.
That means that specialists in the sale of pure food products offer their
goods for your benefit.
The careless housewife buys the things her family is to eat any old place
the careful, prudent, economical housewife buys her goods here, for she knows
she can get the best in the world.
For instance look at this list:
Gammel Ost Limberger cheese
Pimento cheese Roquefort cheese
Imported Swiss cheese in tins
Potted cheese Blue Label cheese
Norway Herring in tomato sauce ^V
Anchovies Japanese codfish
Mother Ann codfish in wooden boxes
And an ocean of other delicacies as well as the best bfilids^of staple
products. Our list of customers grows daily for the very good reason that our
goods and prompt service merits patronage, i l&^?fifi'^l^V
ROE & MARKUSEN
Telephones 206 or 2(17
JinksI see a judge says that a
woman, may bring an action for slan
der if, being 35 or over, she Is called
an old maid.
BlinksYes, but where ia the old
maid who will admit that she's 35 or
A Valuable Volunteer.
1 think I shall join this fly swat
ting crusade," said Algy Wombat to
"Very good, sir."
"So the next time you see a flr, I
wish you would call my attention to
It and I shall swat it."
MINNESOTA TRAVELING MAN IN
In an affidavit executed before a
Notary in St. Paul a traveling man
swears to th following: Had a
scrofulous ulcer about two by three
inches in size on the right side of
neck over the jugular veina dan
gerous place. Was treated by many
doctors but no benefit. Allen's Ul
cerine Salve cured the ulcer in six
This salve is one of the oldest rem
edies in America and since 1869 it
has been known as the only salve
powerful enough to cure chronic ul
cers and old sores of long standing.
Allen's Ulcerlne Salve acts by
drawing out the poisons and healing
the sore from the bottom up. It is
so powerful that it heals new cuts
and sores in one-third the time that
common salves and liniments take.
And it heals burns and scalds with
out a scar.Adv.
In which to buy real estate. Thatjmoment
usually arrives when prices are low
That moment is
and thejman^vithlforesight, the man with
nerve, the man with confidence in his
judgment will profit by it. An oppor
tunity accepted is^an opportunity gained.
Take our advice and buy now before it
is too late to get a good location in Fair
REYNOLDS & WINTER
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.j qualities does the rest.
Leave your next baking'to Calumet and note the
improvementsalso note the savingfor Calumet is
economical cost and use. All good grocers sell it.
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TH0B8DAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
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Lake Bemidji Tune Table
CITY OF BEMIDJL
Past Hail and asuga Boa*, oaves
Bast Bemidji..:SS a. m. and l.-SS a. a
Grand Porks Bay and Down
River S a. a
All Points on the Lake 1 a. av
all Summer Resorts. .?:SS and S:St p. a.
Down the Mississippi River to the Dam
12 mile trip and 1 hour stop at the
dam. Boat leaves t:l9 p. m-. Yotam
in* at 6:8t.
Faro, Round Trip, foe,
Children Half rare. Fhoi
CAPT. W. B. MacLACHLAH.
TEACHER OF PIANO
I002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
ALDEN M. BEMFBEY
Violin, Piano and Band Instruments
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 536
0&AHAM Jt. T0&&AHCS
Miles Block Tolopaoao
0. A. FI8K
ATTORNBY aT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bids
JR. EOWLAflJ) GILMO&E
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
0. E. A. SHANNON, M. 0.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in llajro Block
Phono i Boa. 'Phone Itl
0B. C. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offleo Miles Block
OR. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Jver First National Bank, Bemidji. Mine
Office 'Phone tt. ReaMenee 'Phone It.
OR. E. H. SMITE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offloa la Winter Block
OR. B. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offloa la Mayo Block
Phone II Roatdonco Phone tit
EINER W. J0HHS0H
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Offloa OTOT Boourttr Bank
OR. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
OR. J. T. TU0MY
st National Bank Blajr. Tale. tM.
OR. 0. M. PALMER
Brenlnff Work ay Apotatsneas oalp
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