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MIDJI. MINN., UNDER THB ACT OF
MARCH t, 1871.
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day by the Bemldjr Pioneer Publishing
XABOU J. BANS, Salter.
Living in the banana belt is great.
AH that has been necessary was
the, singing birds.
hasty, we may still
have use .for/. coaL -before .Sprin
A Missouri woman, age 113, took
boy, age 89, for a trip to Joplin
to see the sights. Too bad father
couldn't go also, but he probably had
to ^aSp^dme to take care of the
The coal man's threats for coal
shortage has as yet caused little ex
citement in Bemidji. This banana
belt weather has caused little ex
citement of- any nature, but the
weather man ays, "wait a-'week.-'*
"On. to Crookston," should be the
slogan of every newspaper in North
ern Minnesota until*the meeting of
the Northern Minnesota Development
association is called to order. There
is work for you and for me, Mr. Cit
izen, and you should feel it your
duty to be there December 5 and 6.
If you are not an appointed delegate,
appoint yourself a delegate and come.
That is not only what is wanted of
you, but it is what's expected of you.
Be there to pull for Northern Minne
sota. You are needed. You are a
part of the big machine. It doesn't
make any difference who you are or
what you are, YOU'RE IN THE
GAME. That's the point. Crookston
has proved itself capable of enter
taining a crowd, therefore no furth
er recommendation is necessary.
That Sleeper Problem.
It would be solved immediately, if
it were left to the business men of
Bemidji. The question is of enough
importance for the Commercial club
to advance, armed with the proper
instruments and demand of the rail
way company to give Bemidji a per
manent sleeper. Even the railway
company must agree that it is a nec
essity most of the time, and if it be
came known throughout this section
of the country that the passengers
could board a sleeper here at Bemid
ji any time after nine o'clock and re
tire and upon arriving from the twin
cities sleep until eight, it would be
but a short time before a third sleep
er could be used to good advantage.
Now let us get together. All you
men of influence. Write to Mr. Gem
mel and to the Northern Pacific
headquarters at Minneapolis, and
don't let up until we get it.
A Different Committee Needed.
Although the Democrats won the
national election, the figures of the
popular vote show that had the Re
publican party not been split, it
would have carried the election by an
easy margin. Many who attended
the national convention and who
have since closely followed the trend
of events agree that the real reason
for the split and subsequent defeat
of the Republican party was due to
the selfishness of the members of the
From'the nature of the contest for
delegates which appeared before the
Chicago convention the national com
mittee was the body which first sat
in judgment. It was in the power
of this committee to either seat all
Taft. delegates, all Roosevelt or a
proportion of each. The committee,
ait Taft delegates with little regard
to their'merits and as a result Taft
was nominated and Roosevelt found
cause 'fy Charging that-the nomina
tion had been stolen from him.
'The national committee was com
posed, of .men close to the administra
tion and naturally they were for the
bead of that administration, This
especially'of, the southern
members, many of whom held- office
at the option of the administration.
Consequently this body was: not in a
position to see that the noBjinAtion
of .'either Taft or Roosevelt would
cause a split which would lose the
election. It was actuated by selfish.
interests rather than by those of the
party at large.
Had the national committee been
really anxious to serve the party, it
would have divided the contested del
egates so that neither Taft nor
Roosevelt would have been nomin
ated and. the honor could then have
been bestow.ed on a man on whom
the entire party could unite. At one
time during the convention it looked
as though La Follette would hold, the
balance of power and eventually win
the nomination. At another time
there was a long demonstration for
Hadley. Either man could hay .led
the party to victory,
The Republican party needs a na
tional committee composed of men
who have the interests of the jparty
at heart rather than personal gain.
It needs a committee with the control
in the hands of men from the states
which are in the Republican column
and not solidly Democratic as in the
south. The Republican party will
continue to live for our government
is such that two great parties are
necessary, but. if the party is to
come into power again, it must at
once cleanse itself from within so
that it may be prepared in four years
hence to resume where it left off.
MHTNEAPOIIS LADY BADLY
SCALDED WHILE COOKING.
While preparing a dinner a young
Minneapolis wife had the misfortune
to scald her hand so badly that over
half the skin came off. She was alone
at the time and rushed over to her
neighbor's for h^elp: This neighbor
promptly applied Allen's Ulcerine
Salve and in ten days the hand was
completely healed without a scar.
This salve is one of the oldest rem
edies in America and since 1869 it
has been known as the only salve
powerful enough to cure chronic ul
cers and old sores of long standing.
Because it is so powerful, it will heal
burns and scalds without a scar in
a. remarkably short time.
Allen's Ulcerine Salve heals from
the bottom up and draws out the
poisons. If applied on new cuts and
sores it heals in one-third the time
that common salves and liniments
The healthy out 4&or exercise that
ivesjthat^red cheeki lop ^children
To Enjoy SKATING
To fill this want we have
plete line of Winslow Ski
and hockey styles, and Ri
ings Skating Shoes with
tocked a com-
Skates 75c to $5MO a pr.
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR HONEY MAOK IF
316-318 Minn. Ave. BEMIDJI Phone 67
Gives Imtant Belief, Cures and Pre
vents Catarrh, and Cold in
'^.Jtife. &fc Head.
The quickest, best and safest way
to cure catarrh or a cold in the head
is by using a remedy that will "touch
the spo|* an^gio its work quickly
without|ieavitfg|Tiny bad effects. Ely's
Cream Balm, l^ich is applied to the
nostrils ^pr rubbed on the throat or
chest gets rigSt at the root of the
trouble tod iri|tantly relieves even
the worst case^if catarrh or cold. A
few minuitee after applied you can
feel a loosening up in the head, the
pa$n and soreness are gone, the sense
of taste, emeU and hearing come
back, and you ifeel like a different
Ely's Cream j$alm cleanses, heals
and strengthens the inflamed mem
branes, jttkes f^ray that stuffed up
feeling and dullpain in the head, re
lieves the throat soreness and stops
the nasty discharge which is the
cause of the ^disgusting hawking,
spitting, blowing of the nose, and
foul breath. EJjpty fever victims who
aye mad miserable by fits of sneez
ing, coughing and wheezing get in
stant and permanent relief by the
use of this simple remedy.
Don't liufferf another' minute. Ely's
Creame Balm will relieve you imme
diately, i^d h&P cent bottle will
njore than likely work a complete
cure. 4J1 druggists sell it.Adv.
GiVF IT ATRIAL
We make this startling offer for a limited time
only, to introduce to a limited circle of housewives
this wonderful white laundry soap the Famous
Easy Washer. Your choice of the set of six superb
Rogers Silver Teaspoons or three Dessert,or Soup
Spoons in the exquisite LaVighe or Grape pattern,
with the ultra-fasnionable French Gray Finish, for
only 100 Galvanic Soap wrappers!" Never before
has such an opportunity been offered. ^fejt\
These spoons are the genuine Wm. A. Rogers Silverware,
Al heavy silver plate, guaranteed. Every piece stumped with
the name Rogers. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity to
replenish your table silver-without onpccn^gl cost/ Coupons
from Johnson's Soap Powder acceptediBamema Galvanic Soap
I LIQUID i
!ST0Vp'p0L]5lii. HARDWARE DEALERS
GET A CAN TODAY
Subscribe for The Pioneer
RigisI understand that yon n
courage your jn to practloe on the
GriggsYes, air. He's only been
playing two month*but today I
bought the house next-door to me tor
one-half of lta value.-
The Misting Adjunct.
"There was a very disagreeable wait
at the Muggleton's wedding last eve
ning. The bride was in tears, the
bridegroom's collar melted, the pastor
fell asleep in his study and the or
ganist played, '0b, Promise Me,'
"What in the world was the trou-
ble?'? or-- v....:-
"Why, the moving picture man'i
auto struck a Are hydrant and nil
whole outfit went to smash."
Aloft in the Distance.
Thi Matchles Se to Roger Silver Spoons
Is Yours, Free, for^00 Wrapper from Galvanic Soap!
r and receive either set of
spoons free of cost.c4&
N. B.If not convenient toypu to
_Msent the.wrappers at the above
named store mail samedirectto us
present the .wrapper at the above
named store mail same direct to us
postage* and we will mail spoons
direct to yon. postpaid.
50PSS. "|Thflk..m!oats adannced ^hysictan .0
Xbls county aqsnowr.-aereed^on thjba and
i*re pregexibing ,a wash of twinte^reen,
thymol and other ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com
pound -ii known as D.D.D. Prescription
1 ehall take a lofty position in dis
cussing public,affairs," said the young dandruff, itching scalp and thin, weak
man who is learning politics. hair that is split at -the ends or con-
"That's right, son," replied Senator stantly coming out. A few applica-
Sorghum. "Only don't soar so high tions of this valuable remedy will
into the empyrean that you are like
an airship' and the only impression
people get of you is a small spot and
Two or Three.
Country CousinWell, I was in the
(Metropolitan museum this morning.
City Host-r-That'B nothing to brag
about I know two or three fellows
iliving right here in New York who refunded if the remedy is not exactly
have beenjhw^-^martjlet. as represented.Adv.
wrappers. We suggest you buy a box of Galvanic Soap (100
cakes) today from your grocer. Take front panel only of these.1
wrappers to our Branch Premium Department in the store of
C. E. BATTLES HARDWARE STORE
,,7,, 43-4lB Bmlirmml Avm.
Doctors Use This for Eczema
Dr. Evans. Ex-Commissioner of Health,
saya: "There is almost no relation be
tween skin diseases and the blood." The
skin -must be cured, throueh tlto^skin.
The alarms must bedashed! out, an so
S}alvea4tav Ion a$Da been^ound vuorth-
rC"- "A Common Type. -&.' i
B*hotd .tte shiftless, lasr man
^1 Wbo'iaakes^no effort^to advaooa,
And yet he bawls ss loud 's ha can,
"Alas, I've never had a chance.'*
"This latest oontroveray has brought
me altogether too much nublidty,"
confided the politician. "What would
you advise as a means of avoiding the
"Get married to some woman of so
cial prominence and by the time peo
ple have left off discussing the bride,
this other incident will be forgotten."
YOUR GRAY HAIRS
A Harmless Bemedy, 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 nnd 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
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
THE TASTE TELLS
Dr. Holmes, the well known skin "spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific
jfc essema.ias ^quinine,*for malaria. 1
ihave been paascrflttaB* the D.D.D. remedy,
ifor years." It wfU,taka away the itch
the instant saro ag&ly it
'In fact, -n arep sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have a $1 bottle on our guar
antee that it will cost -you nothing un
less you find that it does the work.
Barker's Drug Store.!
William C. Klein
Rentals, Bends, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
5 and O, O'Leary-Bewser BMa
Royal Mail Steamers
5 Services 30 Steamers
WEEKLY SAILII6S FROM
MONTREAL AND QUEBEC
S.S. Victorian, Dec.
S.S. 6riiplao, Die. 12th, from St. Join
Garry Christmas Excursions ti Eirepi
Book your passage now and be sure
of a good berth.
These steamers are among-the larg
est and best saiiing^from the St Law
We can book you through from Be
midji. No delay or hotel expenaes'on
For rates, reservations and another
information apply to
R- E. FISHER
Union Depot, Bemidji. Phone 50
General Agent, Minneapolis
TRY A WANT AD
JLKTICI.BS OP UrCOBPOKATIOV
The name of this corporation shall be
Bemidji Exploitation Company.
Such corporation may engage in the
business of buying, working, selling
and dealing in mineral and other lands,
the mining, smelting, reducing, refining
or working ores and minerals, the pros
pecting for and exploitation of minerals
and the marketing of the same and the
products thereof, or also for working
coal mines or stone quarries, and also
engage in and carry on all lines of busi
ness and manufacturies necessary and
incidental to the proper development of
any or all of the industries above set
The principal place of business of
the vcorporation shall be the City of
Bemidji, Minnesota, with offices and
head-quarters at or near the Village of
Northome, Koochiching County, Minne
The period of the duration of such
corporation shall be thirty years from
the date of these articles of incorpora
tIOn' ARTICLE V.
The names and places of residence of
the persons who execute these articles
are A-. H. Kleven, John Goodman, W. G.
Schroeder. C. W. Brandborg, and R. C.
Hayner, all residents of the City of Be
The management of the affairs and
business of this corporation Bhall be
vested in a board of five directors, who
shall be stockholders and shall be elect
ed on the 7th day of January, 1913, and
annually thereafter on the first Mon
day in January. The names and post
office address of the persons composing
the board of directors to serve until
their successors are elected and quali
fied are A. H. Kleven, John Goodman, W.
G. Schroeder, C. W. Branborg and R. C.
Hayner, each and all having his post
office address at Bemidji, Minnesota.
The officers of this corporation shall
be a president, vice president, secre
tary, treasurer and manager, who shall
be elected annually by the board of di
rectors Immediately after the annual
meeting of the stock holders. The offi
cers who shall serve until their success
ors are elected and qualified are A. H.
Kleven, president R. C. Hayner, vice
president Charles W. Brandborg, sec
retary John Goodman, treasurer, and
D. H. Fisk, manager.
The amount of the capital stock of
such corporation shall be Two Hundred
Fifty Thousand Dollars, 'divided into
two. hundred and fifty thousand thou
sand shares of the par value of One
Dollar each, and such capital stock
may be paid for in cash, real estate or
other property as the board of directors
The amount of indebtedness or lia
bility to which this corporation shall
at any time be subject Is the sum of
One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands and seals this 20th day
of August A. D. 1912.
A. H. KLEVEN, (Seal.)
JOHN GOODMAN, (Seal.)
'-._.. W. G. SCHROEDER, (Seal.)
C. W. BRANDBORG, (Seal.)
R. C. HAYNER, (Seal.)
In presence of Geo. T. Baker, M. F.
Cunningham. State of -Minnesota, County of Bel
On this. 20th day of August A. D.
1912., before -me, a Notary Public within
and for said County and State, person
ally appeared A. H. Kleven, John Good
man, W. G. Schroeder, C. W. Branborg.
and R. C. Hayner, to me known to be
the persons described in and who exe
cuted the within and foregoing Articles
of Incorporation, and acknowledged
that they each executed the same as his
free and voluntary act and deed for
the uses and.purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand, and seal the day and year
last above written.
H. C. BAER,
Notary Public Beltrami County, Minn.
My commission expires July 1919
State of Minnesota, Departmentr of
State. I herebyt that the within in
strumen0t was filed for record in this
ot Novembe A
D. 112 at 11 o'clock A. M. and was
duly recorded in book W-3 of Incor
porations a-t page 149.
JULIUS A. SCHMAHL,
Secretary of Stfite.
Omd*of ^Register of Deeds. Beltrami
I hereby certify thatHovemoer the -within. in-
wa9sJSled in this office for rec
ISM at 9:30 o'clock A. M., and was duly
recorded in book I Mise:o paa-e 1.
J. O. HARRIS, Register of Deeds.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
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TEAGHER OF PUNO
1002 Bemidji Avenue
MISS SOPHIA MONSEN
TEACHER OF PIANO ANO ttABMOMY
Studio ftt:02i Bttrml Avenue
ALDEN M. R1HTREY
violin, Piano and Bani
Leader Bemidji Band Phone Stt
QRAHAM M. TORRAHCE
Ullea Block Tetsphsas
0. H. FISK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Bids.
1R. ROWLAND GLM0RI
PHT81C1AN AND 8URO!N
OR, A. 8HANN0M, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Office In Mare Btoek
Phone Iff St?
DR. 0. R. SASBORB
PHY8ICIAN AND SUUQUON
i)R. A, HESDERSOtf
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Jver First National Bank, BeflBtdJL Mlaa
Office 'Phone Residence 'Phone A
DR. S. H. IMTH
PHYSICIAN AND SU&GBON
Offloe In Winter Btoek
DR. E MARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND 8UROJEON
Office in Majre Block
'Phone It Resldeno* Phono lift
EDEER W. J0HH80S
PHYSICIAN AND SUROBON
Office ever aecurtlr Bank
DR. D. L. STAHT0H
Office In Winter Block
DR. J. T. TUOUT
1st National Bank Bid*. Tele, Sit.
DR. 0. M. PALMER
BTenteff Week hy Ayeint OpJr
HEW PTTBLIC UBRART.
Open dally, except Sunday, 1 te a
aa.Ttets.su. Sunday, rssiins reeuss
mlr. I to I av sa.
DRAY AND TRANSFER J)
Dnluth's Laicest and BessHotelr
Morethan tlO^OOOO O reeently
on lmpfovemenU. SO ibooaa 1B
saths. ao sample rooms. Bve
convenience: Laxnrtous and
(Bftuursnts And huffs*.
Fatiu Boom,lien's Oflil.
M-a=-i% johbr--abd puhue
banons rooms and
as "Son parlor' and
fogy. Locstejl te-heart of buej
Him bufo^rlooUnctte harbor
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