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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, November 14, 1912, Page 6, Image 6',
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TEACHER OF PIANO
1002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at~92i Beltrami Avenue
ALDEN M. REMFKEY
^olin, Piano and Band Instruments
er Bemidji Band Phone 535
OJUHAM II. TORRANCE
RNEY AT LAW
PHY8Tr,TaN AND SURQEON
R. J. T. Tl
1 Miles Block
Open dally, except Sunday, I to
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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 sign that Nature needs assistance.
It is Nature's call for help. Gray
tair, dull, lifeless hair, or hair that
is falling 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-little
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
gists.Adv. GIVING THE PLUG HIS DUE
8teadygoing, Sensible Qualities Arc
Not Always Accorded the Recog
nition That They Deserve.
Don't make fun of the plug. He may
be slow and awkward and never get
to the stable until dark, but he is the
fellow who in the end will bring home
the coin, says a Kansas City writer.
The plug horse that pulls, the lister
all day in the field puts more money
in the bank for the honest farmer
(than the race horse that goes out and
turns a half in 0 50 flat and then loafs
for two weeks waitmg for another
race to be matched The old plug
goes out in sunshine and storm and
Ipulls in a few dollars every week, but
the race horse waits for the day when
the track is good and then generally
loses more than he wins The steady
old plug keeps the wolf from the door,
while the race horse causes the morfc
gage to be foreclosed
Just so with the man Pin your
faith to the plug who keeps eternally
at it, the fellow who gets up every
rning and does so much and is
dy to do it again next day He
lays up more shining dollars in the
bank than the swift sport who lies
$ around all summer waiting for luck
to come along and turn a stream of
Bfivermta his pocket One cackling
Plymouth Rock hen is worth a dozen
when it comes to
po'ing o# hie mortgage. The plug
steadies the ship
and acts as ballast when the boat be
gins to rock The plug is the fellow
who lives cunteuledly and long and
~vtilSAfftfe igsaejst Jway the local paper
says, ''He leaves his family in com-
a o*nl slrtT lo nnirit.
Evil of insincerity.
Of all the evil spirts abroad at this
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MADE HIM GOOD AMERICAN
Act of Wise Father That Kept HIa
Boy in the Path of His
Birth and Duty.
It is claiming rather a great deal to
ay that a child's whole future career
may depend upon the hearing of a
etory! But, unquestionably, it is true.
A boy I know, whose parents were
obliged to live in England during twp
of his early yearsfrom the time he
was eight until he was tensaid to
his father one day "Am I in Eng
lishman, an American, or haven't I
any country at all?"
His father, a loyal American, startled
at this question, read to the boy "A
Man Without a Country."
"You are an American," he told the
boy. "Never forget that!"
The boy, now a man, is just about to
enter the United States army. Much
of his life has been passed in other
countries, but he is an American.
"I think I might have become an
Englishman, or a man with no partic
ular loyalty to any flag," he said re
cently, "had it not been for the story
of 'A Man Without a Country,' which
my father read to me when I was a
boy in England I didn't under
stand all of it, but I understood
enough to keep me forever loyal to
the land of my birth, no matter where
I might happen to be growing up."
Elizabeth McCracken in the Home
Two huge fish, a shark and a jew
fish, fought to their death late the oth
er afternoon, off the municipal pier at
Santa Monica, Cal., while hundreds
of fishermen looked on. Both sea
monsters followed a school of mac
kerel in-shore and as soon as they
sighted each other the battle was on.
During the combat, which lasted an
hour, both fish were nearly entirely
out of the water. Then they disappear
ed for a few moments, when both again
came to the surface dead. Witft gaff
hooks they were hauled on to the pfer.
The shark, measuring six feet in
length, weighed 142 pounds, *hile the
jewfish, a fraction over seven feet,
tipped the pier scales at 226 Both
were frightfully mangled. The shark's
head was chewed to a pulp, while tft&
jewflsh's body was nearly severed ogr
the sharp teeth of the shark.
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Accept this set of six exquisite
LaVigne Pattern, Genuine Rogers
Silver Teaspoo ns or three Dessert
or Soup Spoons with our compli
ments, in exchange for only 100
wrappers from Galvanic Soap.
This is undoubtedly the most won
derful offer ever made to the housewives of this- vicinity.
These are the finest productions of the world-renowned
silversmiths, Wm. A. Rogers, Ltd. Masterpieces in design,
The quickest way to get the spoons is to buy a box (100
bars) of Galvanic Soap.
Take off the wrappers and exchange them at once for
a set of spoons. The* dry soap will go farther.
We Wilt Show You How
If \ou have ideasif you can THINKwe will show
\ou the secrets of this fascinating new profession Positively
no experience or literary excellence necessaiy. No "flowery
The demand for photop^ys is practically unlimited. The
big film manufacturers are moving "heaven and earth" in their
atteir pts to get enough good plo to supply the ever increas-
ing demand They are offerirg $100, and more, far single
scenarios, or written ideas
Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of photo-
plays, are located in or near NE W YORK CITY. Being
right on the spot, and knowing at all times just what sort of
plots are wanted by the producers, our SALES DEPART-
MENT ha a tremendous advantage over agencies situated in
We have received many letters from the big film manu-
facturers, such as VITAGRAPH, EDISON, ESSANAY,
LUBIN, SOLAX, IMP, REX, RELIANCE, CHAMPION,
COMET, MELIES, ETC urging us to send photoplays to
them. We want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the
secrets of success.
We are selling photoplays written by people who
''never before wrote a line for publication"
Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of
only one good idea every week, and will write it out as directed
by us, and it sells for only $25, a low figure,
Yon Will Earn $100 Monthly for Spare Time Work.
ppPF Send your name and address at once for free copy of our
ri\CE |||UStrated book, "MOVING PICTURE PLAYWRITINC."
Don't hesitate. Don't argue. Write ftOW and learn
just what this new profession may mean for you and your future.
G. E. BATTLES' HARDWARE STORE, 413415 Beltrami Ave.
N If not convenient to yoa to present the wrappers at this store, mail same direct to us,
enclosing five 2c stamps to cover postage and we will mail spoons direct to you, postpaid.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE PIONEER
A 11 CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
W %J EARN $25.00 OR MORE WEEKLY
JOHNSON SOAP COMPANY, Milwaukee, Wis."
INSTITUTE NEW YORK CITY
This Offer Positively
December 15, 1912
with the fashionable French grey finish Genuine A-l
extra silver plate. Every piece stamped Rogers and guar
To get the silver, bring the front panels from 100 Gal
vanic Soap wrappers (or coupons from Johnson's Wash
ing Powder) to our Branch Premium Department, in the