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FEIDAY OCTOBEB 11,1912.
SAGE TEA WILL
DARKEN THE HAIR
Eestore Faded and Gray Hair to Na
tural ColorDandruff Quickly
There is nothing nevr about the
idea of usin^ Sage for restoring the
color of the hair. Our grandmothers
kept their hair dark, glossy and
abundant by the use of a simple
'"Sage Tea." Whenever their hair
fell out or took on a dull, faded or
streaked appearance, they made a
brew of Sage leaves, and applied it
to their hair with wonderful benefi
Nowadays we don't have to resort
to the old-time tiresome method of
gathering the herbs and making the
tea. This is done by skillful chem
ists better :.han we could do it our
selves: and all we have to do is to call
for the ready-made product- Wy-1
eth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy,
containing Sage in the proper I
strength, with the addition of Sul-j
phur, another old-time scalp remedy.
This preoaration gives youthful I
color and beauty to the hair, and is
one of the best remedies you can use i
for dandruff, dry, fe\erish, itching
scalp, and falling hair. Get a fifty
cent bottle from your druggist today,
and you will be surprised at the quick
results All druggists sell it. under I
guarantee that the money will be re-'
funded if the remedy is not exactly
Pioneer Want Ad
1-2 Gent a Word
Ask theMan Who
Has Tried Them
Who Sells It
Carlson's Variety Store
Barker's Drug and Jew
W. G. Schroeder
O. C. Rood & Go.
F. Netzen's Pharmacy
J. P. Ontich's Gigar
Roe & Markusen
F. G. Troonntan & Go.
The Fair Store
Go seed's Confectionery
Chippewa Trading Store
Eentiaji Picneer Sunioly
Retailers wi 1 receive immediate
shipments in gross (more or less) by
calling Phone 3i, or addressing the
Bemidji Pioneer Supply Store, Bemidji,
Here tney are all in a rovr. They
sell it because it's the best nickel
pencil on the market t' day and
will be Tor rraiiy days to come.
The Bemidji Pencil
stands alone in the ^five cent
world. It is sc id an your money
back basis A store on every
street and surrounding cities.
Here They Are:
SUPPLIED FOR MANY YEARS
Philadelphia Man Has No Need t'
Worry About Getting a Suitable
"Talk about luck in having office
toys," said a well known Philadelphia
business man. "I have hit it great
Back in 18S7 I took on my first boy,
and he was all that could fee. desired.
After he had been with me for over
three years and began to get nearly as
tall as I was, he decided that he
sholud learn a trade. Before he left
he told me he had a younger brother
who would like to take up the job
'If he does as well as you did, he
will do all right,' I said.
"The second brother came, and aft
er four years' service he decided on a
trade. But before he left he brought
his younger brother, who took up
the -work. He proved as good as the
first two, and then he grew too large
for a $3.50 a week job and passec
it along to the next in the family
Well, the fourth brother went to a
trade and two more after him. I be
nn to think that it was going to be
perpetual. Then I learned some
thing. The boys were all used up
There were no more to come.
"'While I was wondering where tc
get another good boy, he spoke foi
his nephew. 'Who is your nephew?'
said. 'John's boy,' said he. It was
the son of the first boy that I had
started in 25 years before, and he
had grown up to the same age as his
five uncles and his father when they
began. 'Send him along,' I said. He
has been with me for several months
and is as good as any of his uncles.
From last reports I understand I am
good for a supply of good boys for
the next 25 vears
Antiquity of Hymns.
While hymns as we know them to
tlay are a comparatively recent inno
vation in church services, they are a
very ancient institution and existed
long before the Christian era. Many
Important collections of hymns data
back to about five hundred years be
fore Christ, though of course hymns
existed long before that period. Among
the collections which have come down
to us from then are the Sanskrit
'"Rig-Veda," a Chinese "Book of Odes,"
the "'Buddhist Hymns," the Grecian
"Homeric Hymns" and the "Odes of
Pindar." "The Latin Hymns," or
hymns of the westerr church, data
from the fourth to the twentieth cen
tunes, while the "Lutheran Chorales"
date from the sixteenth century. Th
hymns which play so prominent a part
in the services of the modern Protes
tant churches were not in wide gen
eral use until about 1860.Etude.
Cautious in Their Answers.
For non-committal brevity ol
speech, commend us to the Yankee
lord of the soil. One such, who was
obliged to make a physician daily
visits, had an unvarying answer to
the question, "How do you feel to-
day?" "Well," he would reply, show
ing as little interest in the subject as
possible, "I ain't no wuss." Furthei
than that he wished to say nothing,
and it took the cunning of a serpent
to discover his real feelings. A man
who was knocked down in the street
by a snow-slide was assailed by a
sympathizing crowd with condolence
and question. "Did it hurt you?" in
quired one of his rescuers, as he
brushed the snow from the clothes
of the well-powdered victim. "Well,"
was the cautious answer, "it ain't
done be no good."
The $4*00 (Like illustrations in the announcements from day to day.)
New This dictionary is NOT published by
theyrthe WEBSTERIAN Usherst Webster's or byntheioriginal successors.
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th land of EnglanInhabitant. and Wales
ere equally divided, there would D6
a little more than an acre for each
Griggs"I should say that the two
keys to success are luck and pluck
firiggs"Sure' Luck in finding some
ane to pluck "Boston Transcript
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NO MIRRORS IN ELEVATORS
Reasons for Their Removal in Public
Buildings and Hotels in
Mirrors in Philadelphia elevators
are doomed says a New York World's
correspondent. The order for their
removal from elevators at city hall
went out recently, and will be follow
ed by similar orders in the leading ho
tels and office buildings, notably the
Bellevue, Stratford and the Land
The mirrors are being done away
with as the result of numerous com
plaints made. Conductors in the city
ball elevators assert that nearly every
girl who rides becomes so engrossed
in "primping" before the silvered
glasses in the elevators that they for
get what floor they want and cause
In the hotels and office buildings the
sonductors of the elevators, who
ire instructed not to speak to the oc
cupants, utilize the mirrors to flirt
with fair passengers,, with the result
that they pass the floors while ogling
the girl. Another reason why the ho
tels will eliminate mirrors is that oc
casionally a passenger from the roof
gardens becomes too boisterous and
3uts his fist through the glass, cutting
lis hand and afterward suing the ho
Bemidji Reads Them With Uncom
mon Intei est.
A Bemidji citizen tells his experi
jnce in the following statement No
better evidence than this can be had.
The truthful reports of friends and
neighbors is the best proof in the
world. Read and be convinced.
A. J. Higgen, 29 Tenth street. Be
midji, Minn., says: '-We have used
Doan's Kidney Pill? in the family i
with the best of results I consider
them a valuable kidney medicine,
One of the younger members of my
family had a kidney weakness which I
was annoying and caused much ex
tra work. I heard of Doan's Kidney!
Pills and got a box at Barker's Drug I
Store Their use gav** a permanent I
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburo Co., Buffalo,,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the nameDoan's
and take no other.Adv
HE BEMIDJI DAILY FIOHEEB.
316-318 Minn. Ave.
SPECIAL CLOAK &
The U. S. Government Weather Bureau reports
cold weather for the last of this week.
How about the Broken Glass in your Win-
dows and Storm Sash?
Telephone 57 and we will fix them
We have a large stock of Glass, Putty, etc.
A STRIP OF TAR PAPER
Around the basement makes the floors warmer and saves many times its
cost in fuel. Tar Paper has many uses at this season. Look them up and
telephone us. We will deliver what you want.
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY
No. 1. Good heavy Tar Paper, at 2c a lb.
No. 2. Medium TarPaper, at 2c a lb.
String Felt, light Tar Paper, 5tf0 sq. ft. in roll, $1 a roll
Fix your roof before it gets too cold
Use our CERTAINTEED ROOFING
1-ply Crescent Roofing, $1.35 a roll.
2-ply Crescent Roofing, $1.60 a roll.
3-ply Crescent Roofing, $1.83 a roll.
1-ply Rubberene Roofing, $1.30 a roll.
2-ply Rubberene Roofing, $1.75 a roll.
3-ply Rubberene Roofing, $2.00 a roll.
Don't Forget Stoves
They Are Really Necessary In the Coming Cold Spell
SEE OUR STOVE ROOM
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
The Stove Store
Friday, Saturday and Monday
Our entire stock of Ladies' Cloaks and
Suits will be placed on sale at
Special Discount Prices
We realize the fact that this is just at the opening of
the season as well as do the women of this commun=
ity. Our aim in conducting this sale at this particular
time is to make it an inducement for you to come in.
We know that we can convince you of the fact that
we carry a line of wearing apparel equal in quality
and price to any in Northern Minnesota.
Remember that Our Big Blanket Sale Ends Saturday