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fUDo'you feel, Mr.
Reader, that your abili
ties are coining all they
Why not do a little
prospecting with a
The possibilities are
$10.00 for Series.
1 announce uivseii & & tiiu j.it
publican candidate for the office
of County Attorney for Bel
If elected I will be the attor
ney for the county. I will con
tinue to conduct the office eco
nomically, as a purely business
one, and in no sense as a politi
I solicit the active coopera.
tion of the people of this county
in support of my candidacy.
GRAHAM M. TORRANCE,
4 Poultry Gar
LECTURES AT BEMIDJI
3:46 p. m. to 0:30 p. m.
SENDS A MESSAGE
(Continued lrom first page).
great Democratic party, now at last
solid and of clear purpose. To it all
who are full of hope and of the vigor
that makes tomorrows are flocking
the young men of the nation, the
noble and devoted women who wish
to see better days for their children
and for all who are oppressed, the
men who never grow old but always
press forward to enterprises of the
new age, all who desire free oppor
tunity and love the public course
that is just and righteous and quick
with the hopes of mankind. A great
people is turning its face to the
light, not desiring a revolution, hut
loving the right and determined to
set it up, wisely, temperately, honor
ably, with prudence and patient de
bate, not in irritation or in haste,
but like men, not like children. It
la a gieat 6 ly and a propitious one.
ri.p responsibility id ours, and we
all assume it knowing what it
"iv The decision of the fifth of
Xoir^'cr ,\ill usher in. if we be
*i" a. rev day of confidence, free
Have you investigated the special
premiums offered in this issue to
Pioneer subscribers? Look for the
display "ad" announcing the prem
"There could be no better medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My children were all sick with
whooping cough. One of them was
in bed, had a high fever and was
coughing up blood. Our doctor gave
them Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and the first dose eased them, and
three bottles cured them, says Mrs.
R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss.
For sale by Barker's Drug Store.
And See the
NOVEMBER 9th, 1912
Train Will Consist of
1 Horses and Gattle Gar 5 Dairy Car
2 Sheep and Hogs Gar
3 Farm Machinery Gar
6 Farm Crops Gar
7 Domestic Science Car
8 Boys' and Girls' Car
For Particulars See Nearest
SOO LINE AGENT
prosperity It will be no
1 dU triumph oi a party or a
faction, but the triumph of a people.
Tl Pemocat'c party will be, not
the sei'Vn ^I'lor, but tb? trusted in
o'r.imcit, and the years that follow
ill 'est t\prj principle of the great
icpulrlic God grant we shall be
v^cit'iy to prevail.
PROGRAM-! WAS ..GOOD
The Junior-Freshman Literary so
ciety gave an excellent program in
the assembly room at the high school
yesterday afternoon. The meeting
Was called to order by Miss Ruth
Miner, vice-president of the society.
As there was no business matters to
attend to the program was announc
ed. The first number was a selec
tion from the "Chocolate Soldier" on
the $200 Victor-Victrola furnished
by E. A. Barker.
A recitation by Miss Grace Fisher,
entitled "Sweet Day of Rest," was
given much applause. A song, "The
Gypsy Girl," by the Girls' Glee club,
was accompanied by Miss Ethel Mur
ray. It was heartily applauded but
the girls did not respond with an en
Six boys next presented the farce,
"WantedA Confidential Clerk,"
and kept the audience laughing the
entire time they were on the stage.
Harold Hayner assumed the-role
Jonathan Dobbs,, the proprietor of a
large real estate firm. Earle Riley,
as John McCormick, or Dobb's serv
ant, managed the Irish brogue and
was the chief humorous character.
The applicants were James Sullivan,
as Horatio Lushington, Alex Camer
on as Charles Valentine, Leon Bat
tles as Dick Sharp and Floyd Chan
dler as Henry Dalton who in the end
was considered the model man and
received the position.
The program was concluded by a
recitation by William Ward and a
selection from the Victrola. A large
number of the parents were present
and showed an interest in this kind
of work in the public schools. The
next program will be given by the
Senior-Sophomore Literary society
in two weeks.
ROAD PETITIONS APPROVED.
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will be on the International Falls to
the twin cities highway. The esti
mates calls for an expenditure of
$53,912.20. No. 9. lines in the
towns of Grand Valley and Summit
and calls for the expenditure of $19,-
546. This road is also a part of the
north and south highway.
The commissioners also granted a
renewal of liquor license to Frank
Cook at Nebish and granted a new
license to Harry Provo in the town
of Eland. Helic Clementson was giv
en permission to construct a dam
across the Repid River for the pur
pose of driving logs and collecting
toll. State road No. 24 was establish
ed from the south line of the city of
Bemidji to Hubbard county line. The
following road estimates were allow
ed and ordered paid: Sunde and
Lerrm, $444.44 Gust Larson, $619.-
04 \V. T. Blakely. $314.68 James
flagadone, $430 Prosper Albee,
$505.64. The assessment of the plant
of the Engler Lumber company, of
Baudette,-was reduced from $60,000
to $25,000 because of an error by the
T: boy's appetite is often the
so\ rce of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen
the stomach and enable it to do its
work naturally. For sale by Barker's
Marvel of the Twentieth Century
Gomes to Aid Suffering Humanity
WHY NOT GET WELL?
Dr. Lawrence M. Isgrigg is perma
nently located at Bemidji, and is
able to do in the Healing Line
what many doctors cannot do,
his methods of healing the
sick are entirely different
from anything used or
practiced byany oth
er Doctor in the
Dr. Isgrigg practices the famous
Weltmer system of Suggestive Ther
apeutics which is positive, sure, and
permanent in its results when prop
erly applied to a diseased body. He
easily succeeds where the average
medical man fails. Diseases pro
nounced hopelessly incurable by the
Old School practitioner readily yield
to this common sense treatment,
and if you have tried every
thing recommended or prescribed
by your family physician with
out being benefited or- obtaining the
desired results, call and Dr. Isgrigg
will cure you of chronic stomach,
liver or kidney trouble rheumatism,
constipation, paralysis, consumption
or female trouble diseases of
the eye, epilepsy, asthma, cancer,
ecsema, nervousness or any organic
weakness, In fact most chronic dis
eases. Offices 411 Minnesota ave
nue, 3 doors north of City hall.Adv.
8. B. Hartmam M. D.
A Side Man
writes me: "I
waa greatly in
terested in your
ing- the KauCE-
man case "of
of the kidneys,
of his case ex
vy condition. I
%ta suree if Pe-
WANTEDGirl or woman to cook
for superintendent's family, at
Red Lake Agency. Salary $20.00.
Position is for one who can take
charge and be her own bos* In
quire at this office or call W. P.
Dickens by telephone or on a re
verse ticket at the Red Lake
WANTEDThree or four Bemidji
men to form a stock company to
help develop and build the great
est motive power machine ever
constructed. For particulars ad
dress Martin McCortney, Kitichi,
WANTEDGirl for kitchen work.
Apply to Hotel Markham.
WANTEDGirl for general house
work. 903 Beltrami ave.
WANTEDChamber maid at the
room girl at
FOR SALEOne team mares, weigh
2500, four and five years old.
One pair of cattle weight 2800,
five and six years old, well broken,
yoke or harness. One horse 1200
lbs. at a reasonable price or will
trade single horse for cattle. Call
on D. R. Burgess,- 402 Minn. Ave.
FOR RENTRooming house, twelve
rooms upstairs over Model Bak
ery. Partly furnished. Good lo
cation. Inquire at the Henrion
net Millinery Parlors, or phone
FOR SALE If you want to hire
seven teams of good horses for
winter's work, write Hugh Mal
colm, Bemidji, Minn.
FOR SALEKitchen range, bed and
dresser. Inquire 1018 Bemidji
FOR SALEBlacksmith outfit. In
quire Pioneer Office.
FOR RENlfoRTsALir Modern
house of seven rooms also cottage
of three rooms. Vacant about Nov.
10. Can be seen at any time. In
quire 415 Bemidji ave.
FOR RENTFour room house, cor
ner Minnesota and Eleventh st.
Inquire George Smith.
FOR RENT Four room cottage.
Call upstairs over Midway store.
Mrs. H. J. Botting. Phone 295.
FOR RENTThe Heffron house,
903 Eleventh St. Inquire at First
National Bank, Bemidji, Minn.
FOR RENTFour room house, 909
Bemidji ave. Inquire of Wm. Mc
FOR RENTFurnished rooms. In
quire 621 Bemidji avenue.
FOR RENTWarm house,
of John G~ Ziegler.
\B you say, it
would cure me also. I am los
ing flesh rapidly and the doctors say
I have every symptom of Brig-ht's
disease of the kidneys. If you think
I would be benefited by Peruna I will
certainly try some as. the doctors have
practically given me up, the same as
they did him."
In reply I wish to say, first, that I
never make any promises as to what
Peruna will cure. No physician can
make positive statements of that sort.
can say this much, however, if I
were in your place I should certainly
give Peruna a trial. I know of no
other remedy that would be so likely
to be of use to you in your present
condition as Peruna. Take a table
spoonful before each meal and at bed
time. Continue this for two or three
weeks and then if there is anything
you wish to ask me further write me
and I will give your letter prompt at
If I find that the Peruna is not
helping you I will be perfectly frank
and tell you so, for I would not have
you take Peruna unless it was really
helping you. But it has rescued so
xsany cases of kidney disease that I
am quite confident you will find it ex
actly suited to your case.
Kidney disease begins with catarrh
of the kidneys. Peruna Is a catarrh
remedy. Unless the destruction of the
kidneys Is already too great Peruna
relieves the catarrh and the cause of
the kidney disease is removed.
I shall anxiously await a report of
your case. Remember, all letters are
'sacredly confidential. I never use any
one's name or address without his
written consent. My correspondence
la absolutely private. PERUNA IS
FOR SALE AT ALL, DRUG STORES,
SPECIAL NOTICEMany persons
are making* Inquiries for the old
time Peruna. To such would say,
this formula is now put out under the
name of KA-TAR-NO, manufactured
by KA-TAR-NO Company, Columbus,
Ohio. Write them and they will b*
Pleased to send you a free booklet.
WANTED Room, furnished or un
furnished, with modern conveni
ences in private family not far
from courthouse.J. L. George.
WANTEDOld cotton rags, clean,
free from buttons. No silk cloth,
gunny sack or wool cloth accepted.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellows building,
ACCOM from poetoffice, phose 189.
Guarantee PRICE- 116 Third St.
Special waist values
at 95 cents.
Mannish Tailored Shirt States
some'with detachable collarothers wkfo
the new Robesperrir effect, in all sizes.,
32 to 44 Bust
New White Lingerie Embroi
deried and plain styles. The entire lot
an exceptional value at 95 cents each.
SOLID AND GOLD FILLED
We are showing over 150 styles in Gold Filled Gent's in the
:hains. These chains are made in standard styles and Vest
various styles of chains worn by men.
The highest jewelry art has been embellished in their making.
It is hardly possible to make a chain that will give more ser-
vice. These chains are made with a patent process which adds
at least 10 per cent to the wear.
Our Gold Filled Chains are guaranteed for 20 years by the
factory and we give our personal guarantee.
The selling price is $2.50 to S8.SO. These chains we
purchase Direct from large factories in the east, eliminate
the Jobber and save you the Middle Man's profit which is
about 25 per cent.
GEO. T. BAKER & CO.
Near the Lake
Everything Ready to Wear
Wel Dressed Wome Wear
Crane & Co.'s Garments
that is why they are well dressed
Women's Tailored Suits
Comprising $22.50 suits and $24.50 suits
Furs of Quai lty and Beauty
Our Entire Line of New and Popular Styles, Very Moderately Priced
A complete dUvio* of tke
newest ffais ia
NOVEMBER 2, 1912
It seldom happens that suits like
these are sold at the price we
Do not be deceived by the small price. They
are suits that almost any women will like. They
are new up to the minute in style and, in all re-
spects, good and worthy. They are in fact garments
that we have been selling at $22.50 and $24.50
If you need anew suit you cannot go amiss if
you buy one of these. You may have them in all
popular fabrics, such as diagonals, serges, velours
and mixtures, some of the colors are black, navy,
brown and mixtures.
We invite you to examine them
Your judgment will do the rest.
Attractive novelties in the
New Fall Coats.
Such a variety of styles in the medium priced
coats has never before been assembled in this popu-
lar store. Our prices too are exceptional for such
out of the ordinary garments.
Chinchilla coats at $9.75
Coat* of every description. Exceptional values at
$11.50, $13.50, $14.50, $19.50 and
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
at 95 cents.
Many different styles and colors,
our regular stock, $1.50 values, for
Saturday only, at 95c.
207 third street.