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New York, Nov. 4 Miss Inez
Milholland, who has been prominent
in politics and suffrage for several
years past, is about to be admitted
to the bar Miss Milholland who is
a Vassal- graduate, already has been
graduated from a law school. She
now is putting in the period in a law
office that is required by the bar ex
aminers before she may be formally
admitted to practice She is devot
ing her time to preparing a defense
of Davidson who killed "'Big Jack"
Zelig. a witness in the Becker mur
Born to Rev and Mrs Flesh
er on Saturday morning a baby girl.
A R. Butler, postmaster of Bag
ley, was town a few hours Satur
A. White returned to Bemidji
Saturday night from a business trip
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Mrs. M. Godfrey of Remer is the
guest of her aunt Mrs. H. W. Slater,
for a week.
Andrew Johnson, Republican can
didate for sheriff, came to Bemidji
this morning from Kelliher.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed neat lined
W. N. Bowser and family, J. M.
Richards and family and Mr. and
Mrs. Denu autoed to Buena Vista
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Monte, of St.
Paul, are in the city Mrs. Monte
was formerly Miss Mable Lilye of
Miss Mona Flesher returned to Be
midji this morning after spending a
week end with Miss lone Higgins of
Martin Longballa, Jack Essler and
Dan Rose spent Sunday at Squaw
Lake and returned this morning with
a fair bag of game.
A beautiful silver Berry spoon giv
en free to Pioneer subscribers. Guar
anteed AA Rogers silver Read the
Mr. and Mrs. George Kreatz had
as their dinner guest at the Markham
Sunday evening, Mrs Charles Borc
hardt of Crookston.
Miss Dorothy Torrance went to
Tenstrike Saturday evening and ad
dressed a Christian Endeavor rally. i g,
She returned Saturday night
Miss Cathryn McGregor left Sun
day morning for Hines where she
will teach during the illness of her
sister, Miss Lillian McGregor.
Harold Dane spent Sunday in
Blackduck as the guest of Wesley E
Peik, superintendent of schools They
were classmates at Minnesota.
I have three modern rooms, two
partly furnished or unfurnished, and
one room all furnished, for rent. Mrs
I. B. Olson, 921 Beltrami avenue.
Miss Georgie Whlttemore left for
her home in Detroit Saturday, after
spending a week the city as the
guest of her aunt Mrs. Geo. Walker.
Mrs. Harry McCabe and daughter
Catherine of Walker spent Sunday as
the guests at the home of Mrs Mc
Cabe's parents, Mr and Mrs. Mc
The Northern National Bank
cares for the depositor as well as
his deposit and co-operates with its
customers in the development of
their business Adv
Roland Henrionnet on Saturday
came in from Henmng, where he is
teaching, and will spend a few days
with his mother. He will return to
Maurice Ryan left the hospital to
day, his collar bone having mended
sufficiently to stand the jar of walk
ing. Maurice broke his collar bone
in the Bemidji-Grand Rapids foot
Have you investigated the special
premiums offered in this issue to
Pioneer subscribers? Look for the
display "ad" announcing the prem
A. E. Nelson spent Sunday in
Blackduck going out to the town of
Summit in the afternoon to address
a farmer's meeting. The meeting
attended by about thirty men
Miss Helen Woods of Cass Lake
returned to her home yesterday after
spending Saturday and Sunday as the
guest of Mrs. C. B. Battles. While
here Miss Woods attended the party
given by the Misses Anna Klein and
The Eastern Star Thimble Bee,
which was to be entertained Tues
day, by Mesdames T. J. Andrews,
Robert Mitchell and M. B. Smith,
will be postponed until Tuesday, No
Many people were disappointed
when we took off the Palm Olive
deal last month so we have a new
one for this month don't fail to
see it. Netzer.Adv.
Archie Huebel of Menominee,
Wisconsin, is the guest of Archie
Naugle. Mr. Hueble has just return
ed from a six month's stay at Nome,
Alaska, and is now on his way to his
home in Wisconsin.
The Young Peoples' society will
meet at the Swedish Lutheran
church Wednesday evening, Novem
ber 6, at 8 o'clock. A musical pro
gram will be rendered and refresh
ments served. A cordial invitation
is extended to all.
Don't eat much on Tuesday. Why?
Because a chicken pie supper will be
served in the Odd Fellow's hall by
the ladies of the Baptist church. Do
not miss it. Price twenty-five cents.
The Woman's Study club met this
afternoon in their club rooms in the
library. Mrs. C. A. Huffman had
charge of the program. Mrs. L. A.
Ward gave a paper on "Youth and
Education," and Mrs. George B. Up
ham gave a paper on "Struggle with
Charles XII of Sweden A reading
was given by Mrs. H. A. Scharf, *'By-
ron-Mazeppa's Ride The next meet
ing will be held November 18
Warren Sheal. A wedding of much
interest occurred at Bemidji Tuesday,
Oct 22, when Miss Jennie Shantzen
was married to Kittle Hunstad. Miss
Shantzen is a highly -accomplished
young lady, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Nick Shantzen of Radium. Mr.
Hunstad is well and favorably known
in this vicinity where he has operat
ed a creamery for the past three
years. The happy couple returned
Wednesday morning and proceeded
to Radium where they will be at
home to their many friends after
Nov. 25. A host of friends extend
A combination set of Rogers silver
AA butter knife and sugar shell free
to Pioneer subscribers. Set packed
in neatly lined box and worth $1.50.
For particulars read display an
nouncement in this paper.
Saturday evening the Misses Anna
Klein and Cathryn McGregor enter
tained a few friends at the Klein
home on Minnesota avenue. The
evening was spent in games and mu
sic an a dainty lunch was served
about 10:30. The house was decorat
ed in Hallowe'en colors with pump
kins in every corner. Harry Grm
dall furnished amusement for the
crowd during the entire evening
playing '"Edith's Che-ild." Those
present were the Misses Anna Klein,
Cathryn McGregor, Edith Ryan,
Helen BackUs, Clare Naugle, Helen
Woods, Marie Klein and the Messrs
Harry Grmdall, Harold Hayner,
James Malone, Leon Battles, Hiram
Simons, Claude Mclver and Ralph
Netzer is at it again. This time
he gives you choice of a 50c bottle
of Palm Olive shampoo, or a 50c jar
of Palm Olive cream and six cakes of
Palm Olive soapall for 59 c,Adv.
The Methodist church will give a
reception to its pastor Tuesday even-
a the church parlors. A pro
gram has been prepared and the
heads of the various departments
will respond to toasts. Dr. E. H.
Smith, president of the board, will
be toastmaster of the evening. Mrs.
E Denu will respond in behalf
of the Ladies' aid, in Mrs. C. H.
Flesher's place, who is president of
the aid S. E. Herlocker, superin
tendent of the Sunday school will
respond for that department. H. L.
Higgins, president of the league, will
respond in behalf of the league, and
Dr E A Shannon in behalf of the
church Rev S. E. P. White will
also grve and address. Music has
also been arranged for. Refreshments
consisting of ice cream and cake will
MRS. WM. ARCHER
Tells Mothers What to Do For Deli
"My fourteen year old daughter
was very thin and delicate. She had
a bad cough so that I became very
much alarmed about her health. She
was nervous and did not sleep well,
had very little appetite and doctors
did not help her. Having heard so
much about Vinol, I decided to give
it a trial. It helped her wonderful
ly. She can sleep all night now with.
out coughing once, in fact her cough
is gone. Her appetite is greatly im
proved and she has gained in weight.
Vinol is a wonderful medicine and I
will always keep it in the house. I
wish every mother knew what Vinol
will do for delicate children." Mrs.
Archer, Long Branch N. J.,
This delicious cod liver and iron
preparation without oil is a wonder
ful body builder and strength crea
tor for both young and old. We
promise to give back your money in
every such case where Vinol does not
benefit. This shows our faith in
Vinol. Barker's Drug Store, Bemid
Having been nominated for the
office of Representative for the sixty
first district I solicit ycur support at
the polls Nov. 5, 1912.
I stand for the development of
NORTHERN MINNESOTA and if
elected, I pledge you my earnest sup
port to all measures coming before
the legislature, to that end.
A. P. RITCHIE,
YOUR GRAY HAIRS
A Harmless Remedy, Made From Gar
den Sage, Restores Color to
A feeling of sadness accompanies
the discovery of the first gray hairs
which unfortunately are looked upon
as heralds of advancing age. Gray
hair, however handsome it may be,
makes a person look old. We all
know the advantages of being young.
Aside from the good impression a
youthful appearance makes on others,
simply knowing that you are "looking
fit" gives one courage to undertake
and accomplish things. So why suf
fer the handicap of looking old on ac
count of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' time?
Most people know that common
garden sage acts as a color restorer
and scalp tonic as well. Our grand
mothers used a "Sage Tea" for keep
ing their hair dark, soft and luxur
iant. In Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Hair Remedy we have an ideal prepa
ration of sage, combined with sul
phur and other valuable remedies for
dandruff, itching scalp and thin, weak
hair that is split at the ends or con
stantly coming out. A few applica
tions of this valuable remedy will
bring back the color, and in a short
time it will remove every trace of
dandruff and greatly improve the
growth and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and notice the differ
ence in your hair after a few days'
treatment. All druggists sell it, un
der guarantee that the money will be
refunded if the remedy is not exactly
Pioneer Want Ads
"A Half Breed's Sacrifice" (Lubin)
A Mexican drama.
1-2 Gent a Word
William C. Klein
Rentals, Bonds, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
6 and O'Lemry-Bowser Bltig.
A. Z. &
"Pathe's Weekly" (Pathe)
One of the best films that is made, giving actual happeniugs from
all over the world. A picture that is looked forward to with great
"The Baboon Baby Dance"
Miss Hazelle Fellows
"Busier and the Pirates" (Lubin)
A beautiful picture by the children of the Lubin company.
"Never Again" (Lubin)
An unusually good comedy.
$10.00 for Series.
This advertisement, costing $10.00
for the series, paid was inserted by
A. ~R. Erickson for Halvor Steener
son, of Crookston.
Congressman from the Ninth dis
trict The candidate for the peo
ple to be voted upon at the general
election, November 5. He is a
man who is with and for the peo
ple and opposed to the corporations.
You make no mistake in supporting
him election day.
The Fair Store Sells
This space reserved by the
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
For price of lots, terms etc.,
INQUIRE OF T. C. BAILEY,
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Go.
B20 Capital Bank Building
Mrs Nelli IIlei
will speak in the
Mrs. Zeh is a forceful speaker and has campaigned the entireUnited States for Social-
ism. Mrs. Zeh has a special message to deliver to the men and women of Bemidji.
Eac lady when entering the hall will receive
a coupon ticket. The drawing follows^lecture.
1 The Prizes:
Ladies 'Gilt Edge' Union Suit, (Special Underwear Sale at Troppman's Next Week.)
50 pounds high grade flour from Schwandt & Marin. One picture framed at Lahr's Fur-
niture Store. One new rug from John Zeigler's Furniture Store. One $5.00 Field Glass,
given by the Socialists.
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Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
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Violin, Piano and Band Instruments
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 53&
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