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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, October 03, 1912, Page 3, Image 3',
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R. W. Hitchcock, the Hibbing edi
tor, was in the city Tuesday,
Ccr of Apples in bushel boxes for
sale at M. and I. depot.Adv.
The Knights of Columbus will give
their first dance Friday evening, Oc
Robert Mitchell arrived home last
night from Port Frances, Canada, for
a few days.
We have a surplus of milk and
cream. W. G. Schroeder Store.Ad.
W. M. Woods, of Cass Lake, came
to Bemidji yesterday in connection
with court matters.
Captain Eva Bolden is in the city
this week. She is connected with
the Salvation Army.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
The Bemidji Dancing club has set
Saturday, October 19, as the date for
the first dancing party.
Mrs. J. C. Ingalls, of Park Rapids,
is visiting Mrs. W. A. Cassler for two
weeks on the Cassler farm.
Car of good apples for sale at M.are
and I. depot.Adv.
Mrs. D. Brown, of Chippewa Falls,
Wis., is visiting at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. E. C. McGregor.
Ralph Kennedy of Menominee,
Mich., is the guest of J. W. Naugle,
Archie Naugle and H. P. Dunning.
Apples in bushel boxes for sale on
track at M. and I. depot.Adv.
D. M. Neill, of Cass Lake,, was in
Bemidji last evening. Mr. Neill is
president of the Cass Lake Commer
W. S. Lycan came to Bemidji from
Crookston yesterday noon and will be
the guest of his brother, F. S. Lycan,
for a few days.
Have you beard the news? Tropp
man's are now selling light and dark
standard prints and calicos at 5c a
P. M. Swanson, of Thorhult, Minn.,
who has been a business visitor in
the city for a couple of days, left for
his home Wednesday-
F. B. Luce came down from North
ome last night and is a Bemidji visi
tor today. Amos V. Gagnon is also
bete from Northome.
Mrs. H. P. Dunning of Solway, who
has been the guest of her mother,
Mrs. J. W. Naugle, for a few days,
returned to her home Wednesday.
Extra! On Friday we will place
1,000 pards fine outing flannel worth
10c at 7 l-"c a yardonly 20 yards
to a customer. Tropman's.Adv.
J. E. Cowan, of International
Falls, is a Bemidji business visitor
today. Mr. Cowan is cashier of thecrops
International State Bank at Interna
Mrs. A. G. Wedge returned from
Sbooks today where she has been the
guest of Mrs. -C. G. Johnson for a
couple of days. Mrs. Johnson for
merly lived in this city.
Mme. Darrell, manicurist, will be
at the Brinkman- hotel, to give treat
ments for wrinkles, blackheads and
blemishes of all kinds.Adv.
Wesley MeTaggart and George Mc
Taggart, who have been visiting at
the John Goodman home for a fewFor
days, left this morning for their
home at Turtle River.
Carl Lee Heffron has sold his home
to I. G. Hayeraft. Mr. Haycraft at
one time lived near Farley but later
moved south. Mr. Heffron is selling
off his household goods this week.
Well shod feet always demand at
tention! Our new American Girl
Tan Shoes worth up to $4.00 now at
$2.98 a pair at Troppman's.Adv.
The Women's Home Missionary so
ciety of the Methodist church will
meet at the parsonage Friday after
noon at 3 o'clock. The members are
urged to be present. Visitors are
F. S. Lycan, W. S. Lycan, Al Jes
ter and George Kreatz left Bemidji
this morning for Baudette where
J.'--. Willems, linotype operator
at the Pioneer office, left yesterday,
for Chicago, where he willtoeunited'
in marriage to Miss Genevieve De
visme. They will be at home in Be
midji in a couple of weeks.
Weather reportscold wave eom
ingr^Buy- your flannel shirts now
men. Troppman's are selling fine,
all wool shirts worth up to $1.50 tor
98c. Buy them.Adv.
R. W. Hitchcock, editor of the
Hibbing Daily Tribune, was a busi
ness visitor in Bemidji the early
part of the week Mr. Hitchcock at
one time owned the Bemidji Pioneer
but sold out to the old Pioneer Pub
J. R. Melville and son Clifford ar
rived yesterday from Montreal, Can
ada, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Mitchell. Mr. Melville is Mrs.
Mitchell's brother. He is Justice of
the peace and has jurisdiction over
the whole Province of Quebec.
The Northern National Bank has
aroused the admiration of progres
sive people by its enterprise. To en
courage saving it has added a Sav
ings Department, where 4 per cent
annual interest will be paid.Adv.
George W. Cochran and George
Cochran, Jr., went to Montana this
week. They stopped off a couple of
days at Minneapolis to visit the
Misses Lillian and Bess Cochran, who
attending school there. The ex
peet to be gone a week or ten days
Dollars saved! Men look here.
Fine wool underwear up to $2.00
now at 88c a garment. Men's and
boys sweaters, values up to 90c, spec
ial 49c. Troppman's Department
Mrs. H. L. Nutting leaves for her
home in Portland, Oregon, after a
seven weeks' visit with friends and
relatives at Bovey, Minnesota, Green
wood, Wisconsin, and at the G. W.
Cochran home, in this city. Mrs.
Nutting is a sister of Mrs. G. W.
An illustrated lecture on the White
Slave Traffice "will be given at the
Grand Theatre tonight by W. H.
Warner of Chicago, under the au
spices of the Civic League. Mr. War
ner is the lecturer who drew such
large crowds in other cities in this
state. Hundreds of people could
not find room in the theatres while
the lectures were going on. He will
be at the Grand tonight and Fri
Sick headache is caused by a dis
ordered stomach. Take Chamber
lain's Tablets and correct that and
the headaches will disappear. For
sale by all dealers.Adv. ._ .-_._-
John Jentvold, of the town of
Roosevelt, was a Bemidji visitor to
crops this year will average better
than last. In 1911 Mr. Jentvold
says that he raised twenty bushels
of wheat per acre, twenty-four bush
els of rye, forty-five of oats and 300
of potatoes. He says that his grain
may not thresh out as well this
year as the first part of the season
was too dry and latter part too cold.
He expects his potatoes to run over
300 bushels to the acre this fall. Mr
Jentvold has decided to allow his son
to go to the state college of agricul
ture for the farmer's short course
Here is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long exper
ience, viz: Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who says: "I know from ex
perience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
croup there is nothing that ex
cells it" For sale by all dealers.Adv
Please Take Notice.
We have authorized Mr. Thomas
Maloy to do our collecting of livery
bills. We bespeak for Mm from our
customers a cordial reception. He
has full authority to receipt bills in
Adv. J. P. POGUE & SON.
When you have a bad cold you
want the.Tjest medicine obtainable so
as to cure it with as little delay as
possible. Here is a druggist's opin
ion: "I have -sold Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy for fifteen years,"
says Enos Lollar of Saratoga, Ind.,
"and consider it the best on the mar-
ket." For sale by all dealers.Adv.
On Friday and Saturday of this week,
we will put 400 copies of late popular
music on sale at 10 cents a copy. Here
are the headliners:
"On Circus Day" "Boogie nan noon"
"What nade the Boys Like Rosie"
"Waiting for the Robert E. Lee"
"I Never Knew What Eyes Could Do.'
For Two Days Only
218 Beltrami Avenue Phone 290
The Prime Eemey" (Lubin)
A real live joy film.
Get one now and
novo it ready to
womr whom you wont
It. Wo novo thorn
for women, girl*
A picttneof life in a boarding school. The acting and photography
'&f-K i are good :Xj*r^
"HUi Wlnthmlir (C.6.P. C.)
A hand^cotored film showing a sensational fire.
(C.G. P.C) An educational picture of e:
little tragedy in bird life.
iUumtratod Song -vv^^-s
"Whom I Worn Twomty-omm mm* Yom Wo
"The Tele e CmP*
ift a Hammock With Browning.
The Spriag Hill New Era tells of a
young lady down there who was visit
ing with her aunt in the country. She
came in late In the afternoon and
her aunt asked her where she hadshow
been. "In the hammock all the after
noon,** she responded, "with ray be
loved Robert Browning." The aunt
eyed her steadily. Then she said:
"If I hear of any more such scandal
ous proceedings I shall write to your
Bustard Might Be Valuable.
It is suggested that the bustard, a
kind of bird in China, be domesticated
In America. It weighs from 14 to 18
pounds and the flesh is well flavored.
Varlatlas of Food for Hon
Pigs are fed to horses in Turkey,
dates are given them in Arabia and
currants In Egypt.
"7ft* Sedge Werhler end the Coookoo"
Goats for Every Woman's Needs
Great Showing of the Best Models for Utility and
Coats in many styles, in handsome fabrics of
this season have been pouring into the store for
days. Quality and beauty are combined to a re-
markable degree they are unique and charming
features throughout the comprehensive stock. No
women in this vicinity can do herself justice ii she
fails to inspect the showing of new coats at Crane's.
$18.50 to $29.50
Practical, warm chinchillas are popular this
fallsplendid models here in imported chinchilla,
two-toned chinchilla and chinchillas in blue, brown,
tan and gray. Some are satin lined, some unlined
backs of some are plain, others belted. Excellent
values from 91BmSO to
inerit, giving a
RO HOOO." Thr-
In the Wrong Department.
The meek looking man walked V
to the book counter. "I want some
thing to keep me at home at night,
me my faults, tell me how to
spend my" "Hold on, old man," said
the clerk -"you're in the wrong de
partment marriage bureau on the
left, three aisles down."
E, N. French & Co.,.Druggists, de
serve praise from Bemidji people for
introducing- here the simple buck
thorn bark and glycerine mixture,
known as Adler-i-ka. This simple
German remedy first became famous
by .curing appendicitis and it has
now been discovered that A SINGLE
DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on
the stomach and constipation IN-
NEW DIAGONAL, CHEVIOTS, SCOTCH TWEEDS AND
40UGLE CLOTH COITC
$ 10.50 to $42.50
A Surprising Varied Choice Is Shown In Belted
Effects, semi-fitting and plain tailored styles, some of them
fasten to one side, giving the smart draped effect.
Never do we remember of seeing such rich, effective colorings
in fabrics while the Tailoring and Workmanship are worthy
of special praiseand from 910.50 to 942*50 is. a range
of choice that assures you of getting what you want.
Every Coat An Exclusive Style or Pattern. S i
FAMOUS FOR VMiMC MHO STYLE
WHITE SLAVE TRAFFIC
Picture* Are Takenfroaj Ufem
the Country tm the
Mother*, Protect YourQIMs
-*VK\~? UET THEM em THIS
AIL THE ABOVE
TO THE REGULAR SHOW.
No Raise In Price*
Complete Change of Picture* and Illustrated Song
ammoB mraotuutmuwmea. mmnrnr rem mmmr$mTaMrf$(m
BEMIDJI BREWJNB CS
A fashion authority says that the proper styles at all times are styles that will appeal to all
women, as fit for any lady to wear. These styles you will Mind at Crane's207 Third street
Hundreds of New Coats and Suits to Choose from,^ Every Woman and Girl In Bemidji
Will Want One of Crane's Coats or Suits this Season, Because They Are
Newv Different and Practical
Money Cheerfully Refunded On
All Vn^othfactory Purchases
THE TASTE TELLS
ttiaOag rooms BOB
tocar. LacsftadiBr hwet of _
Coat and Suit
Examples of the Finest American
I Tailoring In Suits
Every women has a right nowadays to expect
perfect tailoring in Suits. She gets it at Crane's.
She has a right to expect grace, correctness of line,
newest materials, newest trimmings, faithful re^
productions of foreign models at a fraction of their
pricesand stunning designsfromthe best of Ameri
makers. She gets all these at Crane's. That
accounts for the steady growth of this Suit business,
The advantage of buying at Crane's is still
strikingly emphasized when she sees the superb
showing of onr new fall models.
SEE OUR HAND TAILORED SUITS AT
$19.50 to $37.50
3-2 Ceit a Wri~Cisi
is different. It does
not dry out: caa be
used to the last drop liquid and paste one
quality: absolutely no waste no droit or
dirt. You get your money's worth.
Black Silk Polk**
Is notenly most economical,tatIt drira
otberpoIiBh. Black Si!k Stove Fottift dots C*
rub offIt bte fear timr% as ioner a* orcfinarr
tabto It feives j'uu time, work and
Dna'i furjrrt- when yoa
pture potl&u leniretoa*B
Black Silk. If it isn't tfa* 1
stove i-oiiMi you ever"ap
your dealer itl reTantt
Black Silk Stom
CfW Hack Silk JHrl
Xaaaiel i ra.TLS.
6tovt-i!peB and au
tire rinm. Prevenw
*nver are. nickel. tinsara.qr
brass. It worksqntek)y,aty,
andieaFesa brilliant i"---
ii ha no eqoal for 1
In the Baby Shop
Cosy Wear for Tmy
FOmm, is the first concern
of every fond mother, as soon
as the chili of autumn tells
us that Old Jack Frost is
lurking round. You Witt
end here everything
that baby i
They make a distinct advance in Suits at these
They are Suits to please the discriminating
who 4oe not want to
The Materials include French serges, plain cheviots,
English mixtures, whipcords and worsted serges.
many, black,' brown, tan, wine, gray and
Jackets are plain tailored, broken waist line effects, cuta-
ways, belted effects, showing the new collar and vest effects.
Trimmingsbraided edge, velvet trimmed, button trimmed.
Skirts are plain tailored, panel bacsks, cluster of -plaits,
front and back, also wide tucks.
All New Fall Models In Individual Suits. You get
an exclusive style or pattern at Crane'af i,