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MRS. EDWARD F. DUNNE.
She Is the Wife of' the
Governor Elect ot Illinois-
Mrs. Charles Rogers of Wilton was
in tne city shopping Monday.
O. B. Olson, a KellLher merchant,
came down this morning on business.
Go with the crowd to the roller
Miss Ruth Naugle will entertain
the Narcissus club in her home
Maurice Ryan and Byron Russell
are visiting friends at Crookston.
They will return the last of this
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Fred Iverson and Hans Torkelson
of Foy came to Bemidji this morning
to serve on the jury at the adjourn
Charles Loring of Crookston came
up from Crookston yesterday after
noon to attend to some legal matter
For dancing music see W. S. Chap
Ruth and Harry Hodgdon returned
from Puposky Monday morning, af
ter spending Thanksgiving vacation
with their parents in the camp. Ruth
and Harry are attending the Bemidji
Mrs. Walter Marcum returned from
Crookston Monday after spending
Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. Marcum. Mr. Marcum returned
to Bemidji from Crookston the latter
part of last week.
Call 450 for dressmaking and plain
Remfrey's four-piece orchestra has
been engaged for music for the party
of the Bemidji Dancing club Friday
evening. The dance will be given in
the city hall and invitations were
issued last night.
The regular meeting of the Meth
odist Ladies' Aid will be held in the
church basement, Wednesday after
noon, December 4. The first division
will serve. The calendar money will
be due at this meeting.
A combination set of Rogers silver
AA butter knife and sugar shell free
to Pioneer subscribers. Set packed
in neatly lined box worth $1.50.
The Misses Beatrice and Vera
Backus will entertain at tea this af
ternoon. The following guests will
be present: Mrs. J. A. Younggren
and her mother, Mrs. O'Connor Mrs.
Harold J. Dane Mrs. A. E. Nelson
and Mrs. George T. Baker.
Rev. J. T. Pohlhammer of Thief
River Falls will conduct his last
meeting in Bemidji this year on Wed
nesday night, December 4, at Ed
ward Anderson's residence, 410
Railroad street. Everybody is wel
come to attend this meeting.
Go to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
There will be a missionary ad
dress given with stereoptican views
in the St. Bartholomew's Episcopal
church this evening at 8 o'clock. The
lecture will be given by Rev. C. C.
Rollit, D. D., of Minneapolis. Ad
mission free. Everybody invited to
Lake Irvine has frozen over solid
and formed one of the best skating
rinks that could possibly be obtain
ed. The ice for several hundred
feet from shore is rough but the
greater part of the lake is as smooth
as glass. A large crowd was skat
ing last night.
AH members of Bemidji camp No.
5012 Modern Woodmen of America,
are requested to attend the regular
meeting of the camp in Odd Fellow's
hall, Tuesday, December 3rd. Elec
tion of officers will take place and a
lunch served. Visitors welcome. J.
P. Lahr, clerk.Adv.
Tbe Bemidji high school champion
football team will be given a banquet
this evening in the High school
building. Only members of the team
and faculty will be present. The
supper will be served by the girls of
the cooking class under the direction
of Miss Beatrice Eddy.
Mrs. J. W. Heath died at her home
seven miles out of town, Friday, No
vember 29, of heart failure. The fun
eral services were held Sunday after
noon at 2:30 in the Presbyterian
church, Rev. S. E. P. White officiat
ing. The remains were laid to rest
in Greenwood cemetery.
One secret of success Is to have
some money ahead with which to
grasp your opportunity when it
comes. What a comfortable feeling
to know that you have a little money
in a savings account at the North
ern National Bank.Adv.
Alex Peterson of Foy came in on
the M. & I. this morning. He reports
many new settlers in his neighbor
hood. In the past few days, he has
located six men from Kansas and
two from Madison Lake, Minnesota,
on government land. Other cruisers
around there have also located a num
ber of new settlers from other* states/
When you have a bilious attack
give Chamberlain's Tablets a trial.
They are excellent. For sale by Bar
ker's drug store.Adv.
Among Bemidji visitors yesterday
were: Wm. Zipple and H. Moorhead,
Zipple, Minn. N. C. Jondahl, Cass
Lake, Minn. Ha'lvor Huldu, Cass
Lake J. Shere, Akeley F. B. Harris,
Crookston Ole Ferguson, Interna
tional Falls John Gilstad, Black
duck M. C. Shefflin, Crookston R.
Race, Rainy River, and E. B. Rose,
L. D. Hatcher of this city has left
for Princeton, Minn., to visit rela
tives for the coming week. Dame
rumor has it that he will not return
alone but will bring back a well
known Princeton belle. This state
ment cannot be confirmed, however,
but judging from his actions and
many of his remarks before his de
parture it is believed there is
some truth in the statement.
Ask to be shown the special prem
iums offered to Pioneer readers. They
will be brought right to your door or
may be seen at this office.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold a special meeting in
the church, Thursday afternoon, De
cember 5. There are several com
forters to be tied, also a great deal
of other work for the Christmas sale,
and all the ladies are requested to
come early and bring scissors and
thimbles. No lunch will be served
at this meeting. This is the last
meeting before the Christmas sale,
which takes palce on December 11.
A Des* Moines man had an attack
of muscular rheumatism in his shoul
der. A friend advised him to go to
Hot Springs. That meant an expense
of $150.00 or more. He sought for
a quicker and cheaper way to cure
it and found it in Chamberlain's Lin
iment. Three days after the first ap
plication of this liniment he was
well. For sale by Barker's drug
Bowling has become a popular
sport since the opening of the big
tournament which was recently
started by M. S. Gilette, proprietor
of the local bowling alley. Only one
contestant has played all his games
and has won thirteen out of the nine
teen games played. The highest
score during these games was 233
and was made by George Donaldson.
This contestant stands the highest
at present but may have excellent
chances for first place. Nat and Jim
Given are making excellent showings
and are expected to carry off at least
two of the prizes offered.
AWAY WITH CATARRH
A FILTHY DISEASE
A Safe Old-fashioned Remedy Quick
ly Believes All Distressing
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
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-
The Dentist's Dilemma
A OoniBt comedy that has a laugh,in every foot of it.
Love Knows No Laws
A RsllanOB story of moonshine and romance.
Just a Little Twig of Shamrock
Sung by Mrs. Remfrey
Bemidji Firm Apologizes.
We wish to apologize to the public
for any mistreatment their children
or any one in the crowd received
yesterday. The crowd was so much
larger than was anticipated and the
children so hard to handle that we
were unable to do anything with
them. We also had some presents
for ladies but were unable to present
them properly. So we will have an
other opening for ladies which will
be announced later. Mr. Elliot is
going east tonight to buy some more
holiday goods, among which will be
some nice toilet sets of all kinds.
We will have these at very reason^
able prices. It will pay you to wait
till they come.
THE FAIR STOREAdv.
Card of Thanks.
We wish to extend our thanks and
appreciation to all those who so
kindly assisted us during the illness
and death of our beloved wife and
J. W. Heath and family.
A Solax drama with a strong heart stirring interest through its
"8pelllno Without Drudgery."
Miss Haynes, a Boston school teach
er, should have a monument raised to
her memory by the boys and girls of
tiie world. Sh has devised a. way of
"teaching spelling without drudgery."
Her pupils rang% from five to six
years, and she has made each one o
them to represent a letter of the al
phabet, and the class spends its time
in playing a game called "putting the
letters together." The consonants are
all cousins, and the vowels are either
short brothers or long brothers, repre
senting the different pronunciations
of the letters. The child who repre
sents double-o wears a green coat be
cause of the pigeons that coo in the
green trees. There is a hint from
which the whole game may he con
The English army is getting ready
to greet aerial invaders by making its
marksmen proficient in the art of
shooting at moving targets in midair.
The target consists of the model of a
flying machine, made about half-size*
which is passed rapidly over the
heads of the marksmen by a wire:
The machine carried a dummy "pilot,"
and recently this was struck by a
bullet at an equivalent distance of
1,000 feet, and another shot struck the
machine, but missed the pilot
Lake Shore Confectionery
and Fancy Goods Store
GEORGE ABRAHAM, Prop.
The ideal store for women as well
asmen. Wecarry a complete line of
Drawn Work Battenburg
Laces of All Kinds
Candies Cigars Tobacco
tOS Third St. BmmUJIr Minn.
By placing your order for 4 foot cord
N E TULLE
At the following prices to be delivered
from the car:
Seasoned Birch $5.00 a cord
50c additional to coyer cost of hand-
ling will be charged when taken from
Yards Corner 5th Sired and Irvine Avenue
$4oO per tamarac-k,@ $4.00S*c-
'Qs J.C 6clCXl,
AS YOU LIKE IT"
The Whoto ProduoOon
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S ifo'o ?V-
Rose Coghlan, the famous stage actress, plays "Rosalind"
and Maurice Costello, the world wide Vitagraph favorite,
Adntlmeiem Be mad We
Firm* Skew 7s3Q, 9:30
Notice of Sate of Timber Stumpage on StatecLands.
i i5i 9
o^^tity ot each kind-o
(ff S* n7ff. AZ
a r? 2\
JO.000 cedar posts each.
N% SW& of Sec 1, T. 150, R. 30:1 pine
spruce $1.25 per cord 200 tamarack ties
Lots 1 and 4 of Sec. 4, T. 15030:30:5 50
poles 10c each 1,000W cedar postse each.
each 2o,000E cedard post.sp & each.
spru Cc ord
1 S each
per 2o tamarack $3.o0 per 800 cords spruce $1.00 percord
tamarack ties 8c each 10,000 cedar poles 15c each 27,000 cedar posts
SE14 SW of Sec 7 T. 150, R. 31:25 spruce $4.00 per 10
tamarack $o.o0 per 1,000 tamarack ties 8c each 1,000 cedar poles 8
lac each 3,000 cedar posts each
S% NE'i. X14 SEV*. SE^i'S
100 pine $8.00 per M.
Lots 3 and 4 of Sec. 31. T.4 147, R. 31:40 pine
SE14 SWVi of Sec. 5, T. 146, R'. 31:50 pTne"ftr
SWVi NE anS Lots 5 and 6 of Sec. 8, T. 146, R. 31:70
(w $4.00 per 50 cords spruce $1.0104per cord
Lots 9 and 12 of
spruce (fa $4 00 penrdM.S
Lot 6 oWf Sec. 23, T. 149, R. 33:"50 pine $8.00 per M.
at .publi juietlon at the
Bjitrami county,which Minnesota, on Wednesday, December
and liable to W Ma forenoon, certain
such timber la situated, and a
ed pricfe oc each kind, of such timber,
Piece1, as the caseI may be:
T- 151 30:7 0 pine
tma^ck & per 10 fi
spruce *1.25 pe cordfl,750 tamarack ties
6.000 cedar posts each.
80:75 pine $9.00 per 5 spruce
tamarack & $4.00 per 50: corda spruce
JT^.^ SWfc SWtf. Sec.p 20, T. 151, Ro.l pinse $8.50 per
id,000 ceaa.r posts 4 each.
JJW54 NE & of Sec. 23S, T. 151, R. 30:30 pine $9.00 per M: 10 Jack
and spruce &.00 per 5 tamarack $4.00 per 10 eorda spruce fe-25
fj 10 each 5,00 0 ceda6rM pole 15c Mich e30:510
Sec. 28, T. 151, R. 30:80 pine $8.50 per M: 10
each 14,500'cedar poUs^ef aa^hl
ce^ar posts each.
p*r Mi: 1c0 tamaraccke $4.00 per 35flT cords spruca tLz
rf&.ooo cedar liists &> each.s
NE3a^k STV^f Sec. 29, T. 151, R. pine $8.00tiSnlrfcsprucM
.*p Paf, 3 0 cords spruce30:10
$5.00 per M, tamarack $4.00 per 5 balsam & $2.00 per SO cords
spruce fe $1.25 per cord 800 tamarack ties & 10c each
^cept S% SWVi)M of Sec. 32. T. 151, R. 30:60 spruce & $4.00 per
par M: 5 $1.2Mper$8.0@per 5 cord 80 0 ties
Pin & 0 5 a
15c each 1,200 cedar
tamarack $4.00 per 250 corda spruce
& of Sec. 34, T. 151, R. 30:40 pine 2 $8.00 per
arack ties fc, IOC each 7,500 cedar poles 15c each
& 10 each 10 0 ceda
per 15f balsam $2.00 25 cords
spruce $1.25 (00 tamarack tie*s 10c each 1.100 cedar poles 15c
each 2,500 cedarpecr?cordK postW lEc* each
f $8.00 per 10e spruce $4.00 per 10 tamarack & $3.50 per 200
cords spruce $1.00 per 1,200tamarack 10c each 100rcedar5 ties
and SflV Vfo^-
pine $7.0 0 pe
9 8c eacli 3.500 cedar po4es 15c
spruce $4 00? perc 15 tamarack an cedar $3.00 per 200 cords
R- 31:5 pine $7.00 per
$3.0 0 per 10 0 cords spric
tamaracc ties 8c each 2.000 cedar poles 15c each
3,500 cedar posts (5 each.
W% SE14 of Sec. 20. T. 151, R. 31:5 spruce $4.00 per M: 10
-tamaracke $3 50 per-M 200 cords sprue* $r.00"pe.r*.._
NW% NWVi Qf Sec. 21, T. 151, R. 31:250 cords spruce $1.00 per cord
750 tamarack ties 8c each.
W% NE14 and NW'i SE of Sec. 29, T. 151. R. 31:5 spruce $4,00
per 22o cord% spruce (g $1.00 cord 500Sec. tamarack. ties. 8c each.
cord 3.000 tamarack
NW and NWper SW1 4 of 5, 150 31:10 0 cords
R- 31:25 pine & $8.00 per 50 spruce $4.50
spruce $1.00 peT cord 500 tamarack ties 8c each 700 cedar poles 10c
each l,o00 ceda5r posts 6 each.
SE^ i and Lots 3 and 8 of Sec. 19, T. 147, R. 31:
R- 31:40 pine $10.00 per 5 jack
spruce $4.o0 per 10 tamarac4 $3.50 perM 15 cords
$1.00 pe- cord: 1.500 tamarack tie-s (aT 8c each.
SW14 SW14. odf Sec. 1. T. 149. R. 32:50 cords spruce $1.00 per cord
per 10 spruce (fi $4.00 per 5 tamarack $3.50 per M: 700 tamarack
ties 10c each 1.500 cedar poles 15c each: 7.000 cedar posts S lc each
NWji NB% of Sec. 23. T. 148, R. 33:10 pine & $8 00 per 25 cords
spruce $1.00 per cord 500 tamarack ties 10c each 2,000 cedar poles &
15c each 5,000 cedar posts each.
TERMS OF SALK.
This sale is to be held pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 204 of.t ha
General Laws of Minnesota for 1905* as amended by Chapter 476 of the
General Laws of 1909.
Timber estimated and appraised par feet will be offered and sold par
feet: timber estimated and appraised per cord will be offered and sold- per
cord all cords to be single cords: and timber estimated and appraised aa ti
or pole or post timber will be offered, and sold per tie or pole or post and
sale will be made to the party bidding- the highest priee for all of the aaTaral
kinds of timber advertised on the lands in the different sections. Nona of-the
timber can be sold for less than the appraised prices as given herein, and
any bidding over
andbid abovoe thadded saidtoappraised priceprice shallf the per cent be the appraised each kind,
timber advertised on the land. No bids of less than 41ve (5.) per cent will be
entertained and accepted.
Purchasers of any of said timber at said sala must pay down in cash at
time of sale 50 per cent of the appraised value of the timber, ..based on the
estimated quantity, and must give bond to the State in an amount at least
double the appraised value of the timber, conditioned upon cutting? ail of said
kinds of timber that there may be upon the land (be it more or lesa tuan-tha
estimate) clean, acre by acre, and paying the t&te the balance that may be
due therefor, and for the faithful performance of all the terms end-.condition*
of the law governing such matters. "Permit*" will be issued to purehaaera,
good up to and to expire on June 1, 1914, for the cutting and removing of
such timber, and the law allows the Timber Board,. by unanimou* vote, to
grant one extension of time, of not 1 ore than one togflng season, if g-ood
reason is given for not having been able to complete the cuttings asd removing
of the timber within the original time limit of toe Permit. All timber ctrtr if
to be scaled or counted on the land-where- cut by regular Stst* land
Examiner, and is not to be removed from such, land until it hae been so-aPslssT
or counted, and final settlement is to be based on such seale^and count-
Dated at S Paul, Minnesota, this 21st .day of. November,. 1912.
S. G, IVBRSQN.
$mtunmirtmuvimDm6t. vwunmneM mounts /KTjuHwmt.
DJI BREWING C9
$8 50 ner Af
$6.00 per M.
NW% NE14 of Sec. 23, T. 146, R. 31:80 pine $i0.00 per M.
NE% NE14 and SEVi SE% of Sec. 12, T. 146, R. 32:50 pine & $10 00
per M. NE14 NEVi and Lot 2 of Sec. 13, T. 146, R. 32:15 pine (3 $10.00 per M.
Lots 4 and 5 of Sec. 36. T. 151, R. 32:10- spruce5 $4.00 per 10rM
tamarack $3.00 per 400 cords spruc-e1 $1.00 per cord: 1.200 tamarack
ties 8c each.
Lots 2 and 3 of Sec.S 11. Tf. 160, R. 32:
tamarack $3.50 per M: 300 tamarack ties
each 1,500 cedarn posts each.
-20 pine $8.00 per M:
8c each 500 cedar poles 4
10 spruce $4.o0 per 50 cords spruce $1.00 per cord 100 tamarack
ties Cp 8c each 500 cedar posts 9 lc each.
NE% NW of Sec. 8, T. 149," R. 32:90 pine $8.00 per 2D cords
spruce $1.00 per cord 200 tamarack ties 8c eacli 50 cedar poles 10c
each oOO cedar posts (5 lc each.
SEH NE^i of Sec. 11, T. 149. R. 32:25 pine $S.OO per
(S' $4.00 per M.
WV of Sec. 12. T. 149. R. 32:65 pine
R- 33:35 pine & $8.00
T. 149. R. 33:30 pine Cfi
$8.00 per 5
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ALDEN M. aEMFEEY
DR. E. A. SHANNON, M. D.
Violin, fiuo and,
Leader Bemidji Band Phono SS5
GRAHAM H. TORBABCE
Miles Block Telephone 6
D. H. FISK
$9.00 per 250 cords 0
10c each 800 cedar post5
and tamarack $4.00 per1 800 tamarack ties &
W loc each 7,000S cedar posts Cgi lr each.
$8.00 per15@ 5 spruce
10c each 1,900 cedar poles
-R 5 pine & $8.0 0 per spruce &
1*- 30:1 pine $8.00 perr
0 tamaracR. ties-149-M
ATTOENEY AT LAW
Office second floor O'Leary-Bowaer wi^g
DR. ROWLAND GLLM0RE
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
'Phone 396 Res. 'Phone S97
DR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
DR. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National bank, Bemidji, Minn.
Office 'Phone 36, Residence 'Phone 72
DR. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
DR. E. H. MARCUM
32:6 pin a $8.0 0 pe
32:6 5 pine0 $8.00spruce per
$8.00 per 5 spruce
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 18 Residence Phone 211
ELNER W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Security Bank
DR. D. L. STANTON
Office in Winter Block
DR. J. T. TU0MY
First National Bank Bldg. TeL 250
DR. G. M. PALMER
evening Work by Appointment Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to p.
m., 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday, reading-rooms
only, 3 to 6 p. m.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
8A3PX AJR VXAITO aCVVXWsV
Res. 'Phone 58. 818 American Ave.
Office Phone I*.
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