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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
ENTERED AS SECOND CLASS MAT-
TER AT THIS POSTOPPICB AT BE-
MIDJI, MINN., UNDER THE ACT OP
MARCH S, 1879.
In the City. o-Bemidji the papers are
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The Weekly Pioneer.
Eight pages, containing a summary
f the news of the week. Published
every Thursday and sent postage paid
to any address for 1.60 in advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemidji Pioneer Publishing
OABSOH. H. BBW
KABOXA J. DAJTE, Editor.
Home Talent Efforts.
Home talent productions in any
line are worthy of support because
they develope a home boosting spirit,
if for no other reason. A good pro
duction creates a pardonable pride in
the city and what it is able to give
the way of entertainment. It is a
source of satisfaction both to those
who participate and to those who at
tend. Furthermore, they bring in
many outside visitors to the city.
About fifty young people of Be
midji, acting for the Episcopal
church are presenting a series of
vaudeville acts at the Brinkman to
night, and Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. The only portion of the
gross revenue from the three even
ings which will not stay in Bemidji
is that which must go to outside
costumers. Support of the vaude
ville means support for Bemidji.
The Episcopal church has built a
home which is a credit to the city. It
is not yet paid for and the entertain
ment is being given to raise money
for the church building fund. Con
sequently, the vaudeville being pre
sented by the young people is worthy
of support for two reasons: first, the
money paid in for admission stays in
Bemidji and works for Bemidji sec
ondly the entertainments are
worthy of patronage on their own ac
count for those who have seen them
say that artistically they are first
Are Athletics Good?
The attendance at the high school
football game Saturday was confined
laTgely to the high school students
and young people of the city whose
school days have not been left far be
hind. The game is worthy of a larger
patronage. The game Saturday was
close, hard fought, and had many ex
citing moments. It was a battle of
two fairly matched teams of eleven
men each who fought for over an
hour to see which was the better.
High school athletics are worthy
of support of the older people of Be
midji for other reasons than that the
games are good. Athletics are not
participated in by a small group of
boys but during the year include
nearly all that are enrolled.
Athletics make the boys get out in
the fresh air for an hour or two
every evening it gives them exer
cise which tends to build up strong
healthy bodies it gives them
enough thinking to do to make their
brains and their bodies work to
gether in brief, athletics aim to
develope well rounded men.
The man who plays football can
no longer rely on brute strength.
The rules of the game have been so
changed in recent years that it takes
brains to play the game and only
brainy men can stay on a team.
Strength is a requisite, but there
must be a thinking machine to go
with it. The man who plays foot
ball today is taught to merge his
personality with those of ten others
so that a jcompact machine of
eleven parts is made. He is shown
that he is but a cog and that he
must work for the machine and not
for himself. For three months in
the year, he must subject himself
to Spartan discipline.
The things that football and
other athletic games are teaching
our high school boys are things
which can not be taught in the class
room. They must be drilled in on
the open field. They are things
that every man must learn before he
becomes the most useful citizen
possible and the younger they are
taught, (the better. But it takes
money to run athletics. It costs
railroad fare and hotel bills to
bring in teams or to take the Be
midji team away. This money can-l
not be raised by taxation and corned
in only through- admissions and 4
The Bemidji team will -.not pla$,
here Saturday, but those who are in
terested in the welfare of the com
ing young men of this city hope that
the next home game will see twice
as many spectators as were at the
fair grounds last Satu?day
Perfectly Natural Inquiry.
Next thing I know he hit his father
with an ax the old man chased him
for miles, firing at him with a blunder,
buss all the while. Then the neigh
bors joined in
"Hold on. Are you telling us about
a nightmare or a moving-picture
A Bemidji Citizen Gives Information
of Priceless Value.
When you suffer from backache,
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness,
Feel weak, languid, depressed,
Have annoying urinary disorders
Do you know what to do?
Some Bemidji people do.
Read the statement that follows
It's from a Bemidji citizen.
Testimony that can be investigat
Mrs. Carl Golz, 209 Ninth St., Be
midji, Minn., says: "I do not hesitate
to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. I
used them, getting my supply at Bar
ker's Drug Store and have been
greatly benefited. I had a weak and
lame back and suffered from back
ache and dizzy spells. My kidneys
annoyed me and I had headaches. Af
ter I used two boxes of Doan's Kid
ney Pills I felt better in every way."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the nameDoan's
and take no other.Adv.
HOW Til RESIST
Chronic Coughs and Colds.
Strong vigorous men and women
hardly ever catch cold it's only
when the system is run down and
vitality low that colds and coughs
get a foothold^ Jgp z*f*
Now isn't it reasonable that the
right way to cure a cough is to build
up your run down condition again?
Mrs.' Olivia Parham of East Dur
ham, N. C, says: "I took Vinol for
a chronic cough which had lasted
two years and the cough not only
disappeared, but it built up my
strength as well." _ Z*
The reason V4noi is so-effieaeious
in such cases is because it contains
in a delicious concentrated form all
the medicinal curative' elements of
cod liver oil, with tonic^ blood build
ing iron added.
Chronic coughs and colds yield to
Vinol because it builds up the weak
ened, run-down system.
You can get your money back
any time if Vinol does not do all we
say. Barker's Drug Store, Bemidji
Mrs. HenpeckI married you to re
Mr. HenpeckYou succeeded. I'll
never marry again if I live to be a
thousand years old.
It May Happen.
"My father has bought me one of
the Thousand Islands," boasted one
"My father has bought me a
mountain," bragged another pamper
"My father Is going to buy me an
individual-ocean," declared the daugh
ter of untold milions.
And then the hotel clerk decided it
was time to ring the dinner belL
R. F. MURPHY
OfMeeSIS Beltrami Ave.
The U. S. Government Weather Bureau reports
cold weather for the last of this week.
How about the Broken Glass in your Windows
and Storm Sash
Telephone 57 and We Will Fix Them
We have a large stock of Glass, Putty, etc.
A STRI O TA PAPE
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.
No. 1. Good heavy Tar Paper, at 2e a lb.
No. 2. Medium Tar Paper at, 2c a lb
String Felt, light Tar Paper, 500 square feet in roll, at $1,00 a roll
Fix your Roof before it gets tocrcold
Us On Certaintee Roofin
i-ply Crescent Roofing, $1.35 a roll. I
2-pIy Crescent Roofing, $1.60 a roll i
3-ply Crescent Roofing. $1.85 a roll,
i-ply Rubberene Roofing, $1.50 a roll
2-ply Rubberene Roofing, $1*75 a roll
3-ply^Rubberene Roofing, $2.00 a roll
DON'T FORGET STOVES
THET ARE REALLY NECESSARY IN THE COMING COLD SPELL
SEE OUR STOVE ROOM
Give Hardwar ^jo i
316-318 Minn. Ai. The Stove Store 1 I Phone 57
JUST THE THlNCsP&^dg
GraceYou've seen that fall gown
of mine. Now I want to get a hat
to match It. What would you sug
HelenWhy not get a slouch?
When Women Rule.
It was in 1920.
"Well," said the mere man, "I see
you ladies have nominated a very
fine woman for president"
"Yes and we had a grand notifies**
"So?" "There were a thousand lady dele*
gates in line and our beautiful can'
didate kissed them all."
A HARMLESS WAY TO
DARKEN THE HAIR
A Little Sage and Sulphur Makes
Gray Hair VanishA Remedy for
All Hair Troubles.
Who does not know the value of
Sage and Sulphur for keeping the
hair dark, soft and glossy and in good
condition? As a matter of fact, Sul
phur is a natural element of hair,
and a deficiency of it in the hair is
held my many scalp specialists to be
conneqted with loss of color and vi
tality of the hair- Unquestionably
there is no better remedy for hair
and scalp troubles, especially prema
ture grayness, than Sage and Sul
phur, if properly prepared.
The Wyetn Chemical Company of
New York put out an ideal prepara
tion of this kind, called Wyeth's Sage
and Sulphur Hair Remedy, in which
Sage and Sulphur are combined with
other valuable remedies for keeping
the hair and scalp in clean, healthy
If your hair is losing its color or
constantly coming out, or if you are
troubled with dandruff or dry, itchy
scalp, get a fifty cent bottle of Wy
eth's Sage and Sulphur from your
druggist, use it according to the sim
ple directions, and see what a differ
ence a few days' treatment will make
in the appearance of your hair.
All druggists sell it, under guaran
tee that the money will be refunded
if the remedy is not exactly as repre
BMS5SK^ ::::K! S!|
Our experience enables us to remove
paint quickly, easily and perfectly,
leaving the garment like new again,
and not destroying the life and
strength of the fiber.
Dry Cleaning House
H0GANS0N BROS., Props.
Telephone 537 106 Second St.
OMM/ruo Bremiiutmuwmeto OHOUTHE FOOD*noonves MTJutitzvwoe.
It is not alone the wonderful raising
qualities, or the certainty of results, or
the purity, or the uniformity, or th^
economy, that is rapidly making!]
Calumet the most popular Baking
Powder. It is the perfect .combination
of all cf these things. |J
*You need only to use Calumet
once to make you a
constant user. Ask
your grocer today
test it in your next
baking. Insist on|
RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS
World'* Pure Food Exposition,
Chicago, IU.* Paris Expom*
lion, France, March.1912.
William G. Klein
Rentals, Bonds, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
5 and 6, O'Lsary-Bowssr Bldg.
THE TASTE TELLS
FINEST IN THE NORTHWEST
LOCATED IN THE CENTER OF
THE RETAIL DISTRICT, NEAR
THE LEADING THEATERS, CON-
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ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER
$1.50 PER DAY.
ROOMS WITH TOILET
$2.00 PER DAY
ROOMS WITH BATH AND TOILET
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00 PER DAY.
CIRCULATING ICED WATER
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TEACHER OF PIANO
1002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
AIDEN. M. REMFEEY
Violin, Piano and Band Instruments
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 535
GRAHAM M. TORRAMCE
ICUes Block Telephone
D. H. JlfX
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bids
DR. ROWLAND GILMORE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mayo Block
Phone 191 Ree, 'Phone S7
DR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGBON
Office Miles Block
DR. A. HENDERSON
Ovr First National Bank. BemldJL My
Office 'Phone If. Residence 'Phone 7i
DR. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
DR. E. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mayo Block
'Phone It Residence Phone ai*
EINER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office mrtr Secnrtlr Bank
OR. D. L. STANTON
Office la Winter Block
DR. J. T. TTTOMT
1st National Bank Bids. Tale. tit.
DR. Q. M. PALMER
r* ey Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday. 1 to p,
m.. 7te p. m. Sunday, reading room*
only, I to fl p. sa.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
tee- Phone ft. tit
405 Beltrami Ave. Bemidji,Minm.
Dulnth's Largest and Best-Hotel
More than H00.000.00 recently expended
on improvements. 250 rooms. 185 private
baths. 00 sample rooms. Every modern
convenience: Luxurious and dellchtfal
restaurants and buffet. Flemish Booam.
Palm Boom. Men's Grill. Colonial Buffet:
Magnificent lobby and public rooms:
Ballroom, banquet rooms and private
dining rooms: Sun parlor and observa
tory. Located in heart of business sec
tion but overlooklnc the harbor and Lake
Superior. Ootvvenient to everything.
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