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The Weekly Pioneer.
Eight pages, containing a summary
or the news of the week. Published
avery Thursday and sent postage paid
to any address for 1.50 in advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemidji Pioneer Publishing
IB. CABSON. E. DENU
HABOEP BANE, Editor.
A National Budget.
Fe successful business men and
fewer national governments try to
operate without having a definite re
lation between income and expendi
tures. The budget system is used
by all large business concerns and
many small ones it is used by the
majority of foreign governments in
fact President Taft is authority for
the statement that the United States
is the only nation which does not
have a budget.
There is hardly a business man in
the country who will question the ad
visability of placing the government
on a business basis by the use of the
budget system as proposed by the
president an dsubmitted to congress,
by him in his June message. At the
present time certain estimates are
required by law but these are un
sjstematic, lacking in uniformity,
and are incapable of being summar
ized in such a manner as to give
anyone an adequate idea of what is
to be done during the coming fiscal
President Taft says, "Each year
congress has been making increas-
ingly large appropriations, based on
estimates which are submitted by
officers acting in the capacity of min-
istrial agents to congress, under a
law which makes no provisions what-
ever for executive review and revi-
sion. This I have sought in a meas-
ure to correct by asking the heads
of departments to send estimates to
mc bcfoie th? were printed, L)UL the
conditions attached by congiess have
been such as to make effective re
"The present legal directions as to
estimates are based on the theory
that there is no need to take stock
before pasing on appropriations
that it is not necessary to consider
revenues or treasury resources. Con-
gress has directed each executive
officer to submit an estimate through
the secretary of the treasury, who is
made to serve in the capacity of an
official messenger without any di-
scretion whatever unless a depart-
ment head may fail to prepare a re-
quest for appropriations in the form
prescribed by congress, in which
event the secretary of the treasury
has imposed upon him the duty 00
submit an estimate for him.
"Congress has created certain com-
mittees on appropriations, who alone
have power to review and revise re-
quests of department heads. Even
ir its own organization, however,
5on#re,v has failed to make provision
rr ^-sidering expenditures and es-
1 *-1' for appropriations in relation
lority is granted for the ex-
re of a thousand million dol-
year without any thought
Adhere the money is coming
This is done on the theory
ere will be no deficitcon-
as been doing what has been
1 'surplus financing." While
istitution makes congress re-
_*4'nn le for money raising, as well
rowing has been shifted to
sident by empowering him to
loans to meet defieits in case
great question of national
ncy, which is raised by the
of congress above referred to,
ill we or shall we not have a
a co un try such as this where
-Some is practically certain to
the expenditures could long
mt of bank 1U tC and follow
course the United States has
^'following. The time is rapid-
*proachin whan congress will
compelled to put the adminis-
pn on a modern business basis.
Vthodist Church In Line.
Rock River conference of the
iist church in conference at,
n, II-. has adopted a set of
resolutions on marriage and divorce
that are in line with the most ad-
vanced ideas of eugenists and others
interested in seeing the human race
improve physically. Each year finds
more people believing that a physical
examination should be necesasry be-
fore marriages and more are agreeing
that marriage and divorce laws
should be made by the national gov-
ernment and so be uniform all over
Following are the resolutions
adopted by the church:
"Marriage and divorce should be
regulated by the state in a most care-
ful manner. The safe-guarding of
the home is the state's chief business.
The interest of the state in the family
is paramount to the interest of the_
individual member ot the family,
because the citizens of the state come
from the home, and are trained for
citizenship, in large part, in the
"We hold that it is the bounden
duty of both the state and church to
throw about he home every safe-
guard, not only tor the physical well-
being of the nation, but for the
spiritual welfare of generations yet
unborn. To this end we believe
there should be:
1. Federal control of the entire
subject of marriage and divorce, in-
suring uniformity of laws.
2. Physical examination ot the
contracting parties to a marriage.
3. Wide publicity of the intention
of the parties to enter the marriage
4. A law compelling the filing of a
certificate by each party setting
forth all places of previous residence
5. A statute providing that no di-
vorce may be granted except on
sciiptural grounds. It should be
provided, however, that there may
be granted, in certain cases, the
right ot separate maintenance.
6. A statute making abandon-
ment ot a wife by a husband a
7 Rigid laws prohibiting the
manufacture and sale of intoxicat-
ing beverages, believing, as we do
from a close study of statistics, that
the use ot liquor, directly and in-
directly, is one ot the greatest causes
Today pictures made from
the films you send in this
Enlarging, Framing, Copying.
Third St. Bemidji.
Do you want
HE BEST GROCERIES
found in Bemidji
Come right here and get
them, as we pride ourselves
on having only the best
money can buy.
SCHWANDT & MARIN
Let us prove to you that our
Variety store leads in
It will cost you nothing to
2 ALBERT ELEVEN
FARMERS LAND CO.
Northern Minnesota Lands
for sale. Information re
gardlng land buying cheer
Security 3tate Bank Bldg.,
We strive to sell.
But we strive harder to please.
Courteous attention has
won over many jewelry cus
tomers to us.
George T. Baker & Co.
\jr -^n- ^WSJ-irSf)'**
"We further belive that all marri
ages of our people should be per
formed by clergymen, and that the
ministry of the church should be
diligent in the enforcement of the
provisions of the church discipline
"These are the first biscuits I ever
made," wailed the young bride, "and
if you won't eat them, they will al?
"Not at all," answered the young
husband, cheerfully. "You can give
them to the small boys In the neigh
borhood for baseballs."
Would Be Forthcoming.
"I thought you advertised green
peas fresh from the garden?'"
"I did," admitted the farmer ner
"Why have you none on the table?"
"Be patient. The peas are here,
all right, but I misplaced the can
A Perfect Lady.
"He's a likely chap
"I used to think so, but I can't re
spect a man of his character."
"What's the matter with him?"
"He's too much of a sissy for me.
He washed the dishes after every meal
while his wife was awav."
BIG SURPRISE TO MANY
Local people are surprised at the
QUICK results received from simple
buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as
mixed in Adler-i-ka, the German ap
pendicitis remedy E. N. French &
Co., state that this simple remedy
antisepticizes the digestive system
and draws off the impurities so thoio
ughly that A SINGLE DOSE relieves
sour stomach, gas on the stomach
and constipation INSTANTLY.Adv.
Suits made to your meas
Get your fur coat fixed ov
Shells from $28 up.
Everything in the tailor
ing line at
NORRIE HE TAILOR.
405 Minnesota Ave.
$$$$$$$$$ $ SAVE YOUR MONEY! $
Regularly and systemati
cally. If you receive your pay
weekly, lay some aside each
week, if monthly do it month
ly. The dollars will pile up
-K Now is the time to open a
bank account with the
2 SECURITY STATE BANE
Dry Goods, Shoes, Groceries
Third St. Bemidji
2 NO NORTHERN NA
2 RT NATIONAL TI
HE BANE ON
RN OLD, STRONG AND AL
Our local merchants and
the officers are the stockhold
era of this bank.
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THE BEMTOW DAILI PIONEER
DON'T PULL OUT
THE GRAY HAIR
A Few Applications of a Simple Rem
edy Will Bring Back the Na
'Pull out one gray hair and a doz
en will take its place," is an old say
ing, which is, to a great extent, true,
if no steps are taken to stop the
cause. When gray hairs appear it is
a ign that Nature needs assistance.
It is Nature's call for help. Gray
hair, dull, lifeless hair, or hair that
is fairing out, is not necessarily a
sign of advancing age, for there are
thousands of elderly people with per
fect heads of hair without a single
streak of gray.
When gray hairs come, or when
the hair seems to be lifeless or dead,
some good, reliable hair restoring
treatment should be resorted to at
once. Specialists say that one of the
best preparations to use is the old
fashioned "sage tea" which our grand
parents used. The best preparation
of this kind is Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur Hair Remedy, a preparation of
domestic sage and sulphur, scientifi
cally compounded with later discov
ered hair tonics and stimulants, the
whole mixture being carefully bal
anced and tested by experts.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur is clean
and wholesome and perfectly harm
less. It refreshes dry, parched hair,
removes dandruff and gradually re
stores faded or gray hair to its na
Don't delay another minute. Start
using Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur at
once-and see what a difference a few
days' treatment will make in your
This preparation is offered to the
public at fifty cents a bottle, and is
recommended and sold by all drug
R. P. mVHPHY
AND EMBALM EH
It matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can get it for you at a price that will defy competition.
reliable and will give you the best value for your money.
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
ROE AND MAREUSEN
207 Fourth street, Bemidji.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARM LANDS.
JOHN G. ZIEGLER.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING.
X merchandise sales are always
K on the increase and each
month has been better than
the last. If you are not al
K ready a customer, you do not.*
know how well we can please
K you in quality and satisfy
you in quantity.
2 W. G. SCHROEDER
2 THE GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Phone 57 316 Minnesota Ave
M. F. CUNNINGHAM
Genera] Job and Repair Work
410 America Ave.
INTENTIONAL DUPLICATE FXPOSNRF
"Who is that woman sitting on your
"Hush! She's my next-door neigh-
"What is she doing there?"
"Why, she's interested In a serial
story in a magazine I let her take,
and now she's waiting for me to bring
home the next number."
"Rather cheeky, insn't it?"
"No, no! I've got her lawn-mower.**
Dray and Transfer
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
Res. Phone 58
818 America Avenue
Office Thone 12
All kinds of building ma
terial, as much or as little as
you like at the
2 ST. HILAIRE RETAIL LUM-
2 BER COMPANY.
Coal and wood also for sale
Minnesota Ave. and R. R. S.
2 BEMIDJI MUSIC HOUSE
514 Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
Wholesale and retail Pia
nos, Organs and Sewing
J. BIS1AR, MANAGER.
We do general repair work
of all kinds. Gasoline and
steam engines a specialty.
ShopRear of Pioneer Bldg.
RUDOLPH W. E0EPP
Blacksmith and Horse-Shoer
of Plow and Woodwork.
304 Irvine Ave. Bemidji.
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mail
Orders given that same ser
vice you get in person.
Third St. Bemidji, Minn.
MAKER OF SHOES TO
Repair work neatly done.
First class shoe shining
parlors for Ladies and Gen
310 Minnesota Ave.
is a home institution, and
has money to loan to build
with or to buy a home.
W. C. KLEIN, Secretary
Rooms 5 and 6
The store that treats you
RIGHT. Crockery, Glassware, House
hold Necessities used every
day. Then come to the stove
that saves you money.
CARLSON'S VARIETY STORE
jgSBy'^ttQ'" JJ^k11'J 1
$I.OO per Bushel
90c per Bushel
Cash on Delivery
It always pays to wait for the "Old Re-
liable," 16 years in business, still ready
to serve you at bottom prices, with
better goods than the outside peddler
The Amateur Cornettist.
I dearly like to praise a man
Who does his level best,
Unless he toots as loud 's he can
And robs me of my rest
What Makes a Hit.
"Fanchon is goin? to marry Mr. Til
kins, although she says toe is very in
"That being the case, I don't see
why Fanchon wants to marry him."
"Oh, he is only intemperate in his
protestations of undoing affection,"
2 J. P. LAHR
Furniture, Rugs and Stoves.
Phone call 178-2.
.323 Minnesota Ave.
wti 'iij--/- ini
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912.
ieneer Want Ads
t-ik the Man Who
HRS Tried idem
Every merchant is
Invest in Land
At only $10.00 per acre
You have the choice of 12 all
The land is easily cleared and
is gradually sloping, except
about 80 acres of rolling land
around a small lake. Good
graded roads to Turtle River
2 F- M. MALZAHN
Minnesota Ave. Bemidji
THE BEMIDJI LEAD
in the World
L. P. ECESTRUM
Hting, Sewer and
BELTRAMI COUNTY SAV-
ING AND BUILDING
320 Beltrami Ave
and FARM IMPLEMENTS
The Hardware Merchant
THE CR00EST0N LUMBER
LUMBER, LATH AND