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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIOHEEK
BNTBRBD AS SBCOND CLASS MAT-
TER AT THBi POSTOFFICB AT BE-
MTDJI, MINN., UNDER TRB ACT OF
MARCH I, 1879.
In the City of Bemidjl the papers are
delivered by carrier. Where the deliv
ery Is irregular please make immediate
complaint to this office. Telephone 31.
Out of town subscribers will confer a
favor if they will report when they
de not get their papers promptly.
Every subscriber to the Daily Pioneer
will receive notice about ten days be
fore his time expires, giving him an
opportunity to make an advance pay
ment before the paper is finally stopped.
Subscription Bates.
One month, by carrier .40
One year, by carrier 4.00
Three months, postage paid 1.00
81x months, postage paid 2.00
One year, postage paid 4.00
The Weekly Pioneer.
Bight pages, containing a summary
ef 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 Bemidjl Pioneer Publishing
Company. K S. OABSOsT. B. X, DBirV
KABOXA SAva, zditor.
Turkey will sue for peace. Could
n't blame her if she sued for dam
ages.
From the way the Turks have
been going of late it is barely pos-
sible that the "Turkey Trot" will
become their national dance.
According to the reports from the
department of agriculture of the
state of Wisconsin, girls as practical
farmers are pronounced more of a
success than boys. Looks like a
scheme to entice the boys back to
the farm, and it's one that will work
too.
Same old coal bin, same old hod
Same old tiresome golden-rod.
Same old quail that shrilly calls
Same old chesnuts, same old fall.
Louisville Courier Journal.
Brand new fashions,brand new plays,
Brand new nights, brand new days
Brand new governor, he's no snob
Brand new President on the job.
Cost of living.
One of the big bills the city has
to cope with each month is it's light-
ing bill. Each one of the little white
lights on the street corners cost the
city monthly $1.25. No doubt these
lights have burned one dollar and
twenty-five cents worth of current,
but have they g'ven forth that much
light? The incandescent lamp costs
nearly as much as the tungsten at
the new price, gives a stingy, poor
excuse of a light and uses far more
electricity. The city should have
these replaced with the bright shin-
ing tungsten, which uses less cur-
rent, consequently will cost the city
less money for current used. When
these lights are changed it might
be a good thing to lower them sev-
eral feet so that the citizens will
receive the full benefit of it's glare.
This suggestion is just one of the
many little things that will tend to
reduce the cost of living in Bemidji.
Change Tariff Gardually
(Suggested by G. H. Townsend)
The result of the national elec-
tion means a downward revision of
tLe Payne-Aldrich Tariff and the
people are greatly interested in
knowing when the change will be
made and how radical it will be. In
the past prospective reductions in
the tariff depressed business and the
reason is evident. If the import
price of a certain article is one dol-
lar and the duty fifty cents the total
cost of one dollar and a half would
be the net cost and if the tariff was
reduced twentyflve cents the net cost
would be one dollar and a quarter
and this reduction in cost would
ordinarily affect the manufacturer,
the jobber and the retailer and as
each would be afraid of having goods
on hand when the decline in price
came, each would hesitate to buy
goods and the inevitable effect is
business depression.
A rational system would be to
make tariff reductions at a rate of
say one per cent a month or a small
reduction every three months. In
this way the decline would be so in-
significan at any one tieme that it
could not affect business at all. It is
not the actual change in tariff sched-
ules but the danger of loss on stocks
from a falling market that the busi-
ness world fears.
This is an age in which the peo-
ple are demanding that the govern-
ment be conducted as they wish and
this is an opportune time for the
people to say what they want. The
president-elect would be responsive
to a general demand for an extra
session of congress or to a general
request that no extra session be call-
ed. If the people demand gradual
changes the president-elect and con-
gress will respond and the business
depression that smoe fear will not
be evident. The newspapers could
be of great service by asking their
readers to vote on the following
questions:
Shall there by an extra session of
congress
Shall tariff changes be made
abruptly or gradually?
A Fellow Feeling.
The hold-up man had his victim
covered. Suddenly the latter, with
hands held up, broke into a violent
fit of sneezing.
Then the highwayman's face wrin
kled and he sneezed, too.
Incidentally, they sneezed together.
"Shake!" gasped the footpad, and
put out his hand.
"Lay it there," wheezed the victim.
One touch of hay fever makes the
Whole world kin.
A Timid Tradesman.
Clock DrummerI've got the finest
line of alarm clocks on the market,
Mr. Schmidt.
SchmidtVeil, you can't sell me
any alarm clocks dis season.
Clock DrummerWhy?
SchmidtVeil, I tell you. Dis is a
year ven dey elect a bresident. And
effery candidate, mit all dem cam
paigners, vill run apout de gountry
and 'view mit alarms'!"Judge.
Very Mysterious.
An old colored woman had occasion
to call the doctor for her husband,
who was very ill. The doctor made a
diagnosis and pronounced it a severe
case of gastritis.
"Oh, Lor', doctor," ejaculated the
pld woman, "how did he eber get dat
gastritis? I hain't burnt a t'ing but
coal lie in dis yere house, an' power
ful little ob dat."Harper's Bazar.
AWAY WITH CATARRH
A FILTHY DISEASE
A Safe Old-fashioned Remedy Quick
ly Believes All Distressing
Symptoms.
If you are subject to frequent colds,
or if you have any of the distressing
symptoms of catarrh, such as stuffed
up feeling in the head, profuse dis
charge from the nose, sores in the
nose, phlegm in the throat causing
hawking and spitting, dull pain in
the head or ringing in the ears, just
anoint the nostrils or rub the throat
or chest with a little Ely's Cream
Balm, and see how quickly you will
get relief.
In a few minutes you will feel your
head clearing, and after using the
Balm for a day or so the nasty dis
charge will be checked, the pain,
soreness and fever gone, and you will
no longed be offensive to yourself and
your friends by constantly hawking,
spitting and blowing.
Shake off the grip of catarrh be
fore it impairs your sense of taste,
smell and hearing and poisons your
whole system. In a short time you
can be completely cured of this dis
tressing disease by using Ely's Cream
Balm. This healing, antiseptic Balm
does not fool you by short, deceptive
relief, but completely overcomes the
disease. It clears the nose, head and
throat of all the rank poison, soothes,
heals and strengthens the raw, sore
membranes, making you proof
against colds and cartarrh.
One application will convince you,
and a 50 cent bottle will generally
cure theworst case of catarrh. It is
guaranteed. Get it from your drug
gist today.Adv.
R. F. IMURPHYj
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
AND EMBALMED
OffleeSIS Beltrami Ave.
SIS-*.
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The Wherefore.
"Why do you call yourself a ton*
aorial artist?"
"It's this way," explained the bar
ber.
And then he went on to illustrate)
with a few cuts.
A Great Number.
How many men go to the bad,
Alas, alack!
Spend every cent they've ever had
And don't come back!
Beats Champion Faster.
"Just fancy! There's a fasting man
who has been living for forty-five days
on water."
"That's nothing. My father lived
for twenty years on water."
"Go on!"
"Yes he was a sea captain."
Deep Mourning.
Sarcastic DinerWaiter, what on
earth is the matter with this estab
lishment? This steak is burnt black.
Sorrowful Looking WaiterYes,
sir. Mark of respect, sir. Our chel
died yesterday.Pearson's Weekly.
"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
tnree bottles cured them, says Mrs.
R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss.
For sale by Barker's Drug Store.
Adv.
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YOU
I Not a home in this
city but has its quota of
discardedfurniture, rugs,
stoves perhaps, a wheel
barrow maybe.
fl[A few cents for a
want ad and some one
who needs the very
article that lies rotting
in your garret will call
and pay you for it.
I You are better off
new owner is pleased
and the article itself is
contributing to the re
duction of the high cost
of living.
How Many.
How many men in life we meet.
Forsooth, day after day.
Who every time they talk contrive
To give themselves away.
WORLD OVER.
REMEMBE
The Fair Store Sells
Postage Stamps
At Cost
isblir d1 .^v
8. B. HARTMAN, M. D.
Ton are constipated. You have taken
laxatives a great many years. You
have tried to select a diet that would
keep your bowels regular. In this you
have failed and were obliged to go
back to your laxatives again. This, I
say, has been going on many years.
You also have a slight catarrh in the
head and throat. You never imagined
that the catarrh had anything to do
with the constipation. Suppose I were
to tell you that as long as you have
that catarrh you will never get better
of your constipation. Would you be-
CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
EARN $25.00 OR MORE WEEKLY
W Will Show You How
If you have ideasif you can THINKsve will show
you the secrets of this fascinating new profession. Positively
no experience or literary excellence necessary. No "flowery
language" is wanted.
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The
big film manufacturers are moving "heaven and earth" in their
attenrpts to get enough good plots to supply the ever increas-
ing demand. They are offerirg $100, and more, for single
scenarios, or written ideas.
Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of photo-
plays, are located in or near NEW 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 has a tremendous advantage over agencies situated in
distant cities.
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 writersJind 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 $1W Monthly for Spare Time Work.
PpEB Send your name and address at once for free copy of our
rl\CE mustrated book, "MOVING PICTURE PLAYWRITINC."
Don't hesitate. Don't argue. Write ifOMf and learn
just what this new profession may mean for you andyour future.
NATIONAL AUTHORS' I*** Broadway
INSTITUTE HEW YORK CITY
W i^lghfeSje^ 45d.m:4&
Constipation and Catarrh
Moving Picture Plays!
SSjPiS
lieve me? Well, whether you would
lieve me or not it is the truth.
For many years I have been wrest
ling with the problem of furnishing
the public an internal catarrh remedy.
Peruna has been the remedy that I
have devised and it has certainly re
lieved many thousand people, yes hun
dreds of thousands of people, of chronic
catarrh.
Constipation was my chief difficulty
in treating these cases. I often felt
that it would be better if a laxative
element were added to Peruna. I feared
to do so, however, first because of
the number of catarrhal patients who
needed no laxative, and second I was
afraid of making such a radical change
in a remedy that was already doing
so well. Thus it was that I continued
to prescribe with the Peruna a bottle
of Manalin to those who needed a lax
ative. At last, under circumstances
explained in my booklet, I was con
strained to add the laxative element to
Peruna. This constitutes what is now
known as the revised Peruna.
Now those who take Peruna will,
first, find themselves promptly relieved
of their constipation. Second, the
catarrh will gradually disappear. And
once the catarrh is cured the consti
pation leaves permanently. Then it
you follow the advice given in my
book, you will never have to take pills
any more. Cathartics and laxatives
you can ignore. You will be perma
nently relieved of both your catarrh
and the constipation. PERUNA IS
FOR SALE AT ALL DRUG_ STORES.
SPECIAL NOTICESMany 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-be
pleased to send you a free booklet:
Bicycle
Clothes Wringers
The Kind that Please
Enclosed Gears to keep the clothes out of the
cogs and to save the children's fingers.
Ball Bearing to make them work smooth and
easy. Guaranteed fer Three Years
in any kind of wear. With a little care will
last 10 years.
Bicycle Wringers always please and are sold on
approval.
Three year guaranteed wringer SSmOO
One year guaranteed wringer $3.75
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU WANT IT
316-318 Minn. Ave. BEMIDJI Phone 57
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RUTH WIGHTMAN
TEACHER OF PIANO
Leschetitsky Method
Residence Studio
1002 Bemidji Avenue
Phone 168
MUS IC LESSONS
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER Of PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio nt^92i: Beltrami Avenue
\LDEN M. REMERET
Teacher of
violin, Piano and Band Instruments
PIAJTO Txnmr
Leader Bemidji Band Phone 6IB
LAWYERS
GRAHAM M. TORRAJTCE
LAWYER
Miles Bloek *t
D. H. IUK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bids
PHYSICIANS,. SURGEONS
DR. R0WLAHD GILM0R2
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OfficeMiles Block
DR. A. SHANNON, M. B.
PHYSICIAN AND 8UHGEON
Office In Mayo Bloek
'Phone It* Res. 'Phone 113
OR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURQBON
OR. A. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National Bank, PTWIMJI. Mine
Office 'Phone I*. Resldenee 'Phone 71.
DR. S. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURQBON
Office In Winter Bloek
DR. E. MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mayo Block
Phone II Beatdenee Phone 111
HNER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office ever Seeurtly Bank
DENTISTS
DR. D. L. STANTON
DENTIST
Office In Winter Block
DR. J. T. TU0MY
DENTIST
1st National Bank Bids. Tele. lit.
DR. 0. PALMER
DENTIST
Miles Bloek
IveaJas Week by Apotarnsnt Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to p.
at. Tte I p. Sunday, resdins reens
ftly, I to a,
TOM SMART
DRAY AND TRANSFER
Phone It. Ill Ave.
\t
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
M. E. IBERTS0N
UNDERTAKER and
COUNTY CORONER
405 Bckran ATS. Bemifo.Mjis.
THE SPALrDINQ
Duluth's Largest and Best Hotel
DUL-UTH lVfUVWBSOTA.
More than fl00.000.00 recently expended
onlmprovementa 260 rooms. Iftnrivete
baths. 60 sample roomsVEver^noAirn
convenience: Luxurious and delumtfal
restaurants and buffet. Flemish Boon.
Palm.Boom. Men's OrilL Oolonial Buffed
Masnlficent lobby and public toons:
Ballroom, banquet rooms and private
dining- rooms: Bon. parlor and observer
tpry. Located in heart of business ee
flon but overlookliur the harborand Lake
Superior. Convenient to everythiae
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