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O by Scott Studio.
to her home.
TUESDAY, DECEMBEE 10, 1912
MRS. HELEN J. SCOTT.
ha la the Firat Woman
Elector In the United 8tates.
Walter J. Markham of Virginia, is
Carson is still confined
Mrs. G. E.
James Malone was reported im
proved this morning.
Go with the crowd to the roller
Mr. Bushmell returned to Minneap
olis Saturday night.
William T. Cox, state forester, was
in Bemidji yesterday.
Kiev. S. E. P. White went to Hines
this morning on business.
60 to Hakkerup for photos.Adv.
Bornto Mr. and Mrs. John Zieg
ler, Monday night, a nine pound girl.
E. M. Tscfooepe of Neblsh was in
the city on business Monday between
The winter play ground of Bemid
jithe roller rink.Adv.
H. A. Ledenberg, state food and
dairy inspector, was a Bemidji visitor
Annie E. Shelland, superintendent
of schools of Koochiching county, was
in the city yesterday.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
Bpoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Miss Dorothy Humes returned to
her home in Cass Lake today after a
visit of several days with Mass Donna
Henry Felt of Mallard was in Be
midji between trains Monday and was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. John Mo
berg. He was on Ms way to Grand
Aak 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 regular meeting of the Baptist
Ladies' Aid will be neld in the base
ment of the church, Wednesday,
December 11. A cordial invitation is
extended to all.
Harry Hodgdon was on the sick list
Monday and unable to carry Ms Pion
eer route. Lut'her Bower took his
route for that day. Harry is again
able to attend school.
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church will hold their annual sale
and New England supper, Wednes
day, December 11. Supper twenty
Nathan Head of the Red Lake
agency, was in Bemidji Monday. He
says the Indians are taking great in
terest in the farmers' meeing to be
held there next week.
Neil Currie left tins morning for
Orth where he will visit itihe camp of
John Wilcox for two weeks. Mr.
Wilcox is logging for the Coolidge
Schusler company at Orth and Fun
A combination set of Rogers silver
A butter knife and sugar shell free
to Pioneer subscribers. Set packed
in neatly lined box worth |1.50.
Mrs. A. E. Nelson will leave to
morrow morning for her borne in
Iowa where she will spend several
weeks as the guest of her 'parents.
Mrs. Nelson will stop in Minneapolis
for ta day.
I have for sale at Pogue's barn,
carload of horses, weighing from ten
to eighteen 'hundred both draft and
driving teams. C. B. Baughman,
Mrs. C. Johnson of Duluth, arrived
in tft^eity.Saturday it join her^f*
band teere^ is enjployed as book
keeper at the Orookston Lumber com
pany. They have taken rooms at the
Mark Morse residence, 1205 Dewey
"There is nothing-likelier tp keep
a man within compass than having
constantly before his eyes, the state
of his affairs, in a regular course of
account." Keep tab on your expens
es and. deposit what you can save at
interest in the Northern National
Mrs. A. B. Palmer," Mrs. George
Cochran and Miss CocbJran delight
fully entertained at a five course
poinsetta luncheon this afternoon at
the home of Mirs. A. B. Palmer. The
rooms were decorated in green and
red, smilax and large bouquets of
poinsettas being used. The afternoon
was spent in playing "600."
Swedish Ladies' Aid supper at Odd
Fellows Hall, Thursday, Dec. 12.
Boiled Lutefisk, Cream gravy
Pickled beets Dill pickles
Fricasee of chicken with tea biscuit
Mashed potatoes Steamed potatoes
Cranberry sauce Cake
Dissolution of Partnership.
By mutual consent the co-partner
ship heretofore existing between
Otto G. Schwandt and John Marin,
under the firm name of Schwandt
& Marin, is hereby dissolved.
Otto G. Schwandt will pay all out
standing indebtedness and all bills
due above firm are payable to him.
The business will be conducted
from this dte by Otto G. Schwandt.
Dated at Bemidji, this 4th day of
OTTO G. SCHWANDT,
If you are troubled with chronic
constipation, the mild and gentle ef
fect of Chamberlain's Tablets makes
them especially suited to your case.
For sale by Barker's drug store.
Whoop Skirts, My Dear
Jk MajomOo real live comedy, chock full of fun.
A Stranger at Coyote
iui An Amorloan story of:bow^a fonngsoiu stranger rid Coyote of
^its bad man snd brought ordsr out ofchaos.
Vm Bending a Message to Mamma
Sung by Mrs. Remfiey
For Love of Her
A Mojomuo story of a man's sacrifice for a blind girl.'
The Bowery Pearl Fisheries
ACTION TAKEN BY BOARD OF
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT
MEETING ON DECEMBER 3
The board of. county commission
ers met in an adjourned aession at
1:30 p. m. December 3 and transact
ed business as follows:
Refused to change -the name of the
town of Wheeler to Polaris owing to
the confusion it would make in state
and county records.
Road contractors were given until
July 1 to complete contracts.
Report of board of audit, which
consists of J. L. George, Fred Rhoda,
and A. E. Rako, showing treasurer's
accounts to Dec. 2, 1913, read and
Applications for abatement of taxes
from Clara M. Opsahl, Jacob Belting,
village of Blackduck, Ernest Norberg
and Jonas Nilson were recommended
to the State Tax Commission.
Applications of R. M. Skinner, R.
G. Patton, F. J. Barackman, Oliver
Hill, J. S. Pillsbury company, E.
Liane and C. S. Dahlquist rejected.
Passed several thousands of dollars
A Solax story of a restaurant keeper who think* every oyster jba*
a pearl in it.
He will commend your gooc&judg
ment and appreciate youF-*thcught
fulness in choosing a gift so usefula
fountain pen so convenient, so distinc
tivea pen that realty jifk itself.
The illustrations below shows-why the
self-filling Conklin is so different
from the old-style dropper-filler fountain
pen. The Conklin will not leak in your
pocket or on your handsit will not sputter
or clog when you writeit will
not ink your fingers when you fill
A dip in any ink, a thumb-pres
sure on the *'Crescent-Filler," and the
pen fills itselfthat is the Conklin way.
As the ink-feed is automatically cleaned by each
filling, the Conklin never accumulates sediment
or dried ink to clog it up. Writes without aj
The thumb-press "Crescent-Filler"
identifies it always. Every self-filling
Conklin Pen has itno other has.
The N on-LeakableScrewCap styles are
made in both regular and short pocket
lengths. The latter are only 4 inches
long and may be carried with perfect
safety in a woman's hand bag. Station
ers, Jewelers and Druggists sell the?y\
self-filling Conklin on 30 days' trial.
Price* $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00,
$5.00 and up. Write to-day for catalog 'j&ifK
and two little book* of pen witall free.
THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. CO.
271 Conklin Bldg., Toledo, Ohio
366 Fifth Avenue
The above "ad"
59 Temple Place 700 N. American Bide
of county bills.
.Aippiropriated: $625 to defray one
haii of the. coat 4 the G. A. R. mon
ument as per agreement made last
Report of A. P. Ritchie, as secre
tary of the county fair, read and
adopted*. Report showed a balance of
Bond of the county .auditor placed
at $5,000 treasurer at $75,000
sheriff at $5,000 and Coroner $1,000.
Appropriated $500 for clerk hire
for the county auditor as hehad been
paying out of his own pocket. Ad
ditional payment recommended by (the
public examiner and attorney gen
Tou will find that druggists every
where speak well of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. They know from
long experience in the sale of it that
in cases, of .coughs and colds it can
always btr'depended upon, and that
it is pleasant and safe to take.
For sale by Barker's drug store.
FUIM itself She this
in jamt four seconds.
appeared in last week's Saturday Evening Post**:
Sold in Bemidji exclusively by :i,i^i
18 llif 2^ 4 n^W
and liabl *to wasS
atati^i'nt"^*.1" be MO nffLH ^^"K'
Omugktsr of tho Spy"
aRomantic story of Revolutionary days dramatically portrayed 4
which the daughter of the spy gives her life in vain attempt to save
her nobleman lover.
"A Tost of Lovo"
A Rip Roaring Oomody
Saturday mod Sunday nights, with spoolal
hfatlnoo Sunday at 3 p nt Mmo. Sarah
hardt and nor all star oompany, In thw
apootaoular photo play, "Quoon Ellzahothf'
In four parts*
Get a Can
Court BteSJ^^!&ffi i,
Lot", ilF'LSWK i SSF-.h.!-
J?"* ?*"*nA 1
NWii NfiH. of Sec.tle tt, T. 151, R. 30:30 pine $8.00 Der 10 Jack
spruce & P
fB.OO per 5 tamarack |4^0 per & lo coA. spruoa^ ll.*S*
per cord 10,00 tamarack ties
10c each cedar
5_ _, _
So'stsJ lc each"0*
ot Sec. SO,m 151 30:go pine #.0c PerM 6 spruce
spruce W Jl.i per cord 800 tamarac3k0 ties & 10c each
S ced V*
lc% each,Sec. i
SW^ 4 SE oof 33, T0 149,
*i**ja 10c each 1,000 posts lo each.
eaoh- 25,000 cedar posts lccvo each.
SW% NB% and4ftNB^4: SW% of Sec. 26. T.
par 26 tamarack J3.50 cords spruce $1.00 per cordf 13,000
Umarack ties 8c each 10,000mceda800poles 15c each 27,000 cedar posts
O lc each.
SW^ J* Sec. 7, T. 150, R. 31:26 spruce $4.00 per 10
16 each 3,000 cedar posts lc each.
S% NE14, N% SE%, SEYt SE14 and Lots 3 and 8 of Sec. 19, T. 14T, R. 31:
100 pine $8.00 per M.
Lots 3 and4 Of Sec. 31. T. 147. R. 31:10 pine $8.50 per M.
SW% NB1% and Lots! 5 and 6 of Sec. 6,MT. 146, R. 31:70 pine $9.00
SE% of Sec. 20 T. 1461,R R..31:40 pine $10.00 per 5 jack
$6.00 per M.
tamarack $3.00 per 400 cords,spruce $1.00 per cord
ties Q) 8c each.
10 spruce *4.T peT- 60 cords spruce $1.00 per cord 100 tamarack
ties 8c each 500Sec cedar posts lc
spruce $100 peerccord 200 tamarack tie 8c each 50 cedar poies 10
|Slf p^&^t^iV 'R-$3l20:r
R. F. MURPHY
& ttmimf BaRramiAve.
Notice of Sale of Timber Stnmpag* on State Lands.
or sal. t publio auction at the
Bjltramf county, Minnesota1,timber on^Wednesday. Decemberadan such is situated,
timber belong-In* to tha10
w*t of each kind of timber thereon that wiU
30:10 pine O
14.00 per fi
ot each kind of such timber par
cedar posts lo each.c
60 eord* epruce
tamarac & $4.0 0 per 35 0 corl a epruo ILI
S4 Nwi andr SU ot SecB: 28, T. 161, R. 30:80 pine & 81.50 oar M: 10 15c each 3,000
10 apruce W.M per 2k 0 tamaracli |4.00 per & 3*7 cords spruce
el i&fSS^elR. ^S P^f 800tamarac ties & foc^ach 1.900
,M 15c each 7,000 cedar: posts
151, R. 30:10 pine & $1.00 i I
tomarack $4.00 per 30 corde spruce S *~-*-9"_LB.cord
26 per cord Yoo'tamaraok'tleir
5 balsam & 12.0 0 per 1 0
spruce 0 14.0 0 pe
~_~.., oeaar posts O lc each.
eaoh l.iV ceK
T. Ill, K. 30:49 pine $9.00 per M"
30:5 pine $8.00 per 6 spruce
spruce $l.fd 5 perS?0* cord 200 tamarack ties 10c each 800 cedar posts lc
lS balsam & $2.00 per cords
pin & $8.0 0
tamarack ties 10c each 0 cedar
p*r cedar posts each
1n 0 tamarack $3.50 per M:200
spruce $1.00 per corS ties3@ 10c each 100cedar ties
$7.0 0 per 5
I0 0 cwd i sprScec
tamarack and ceda3r $ per^ 200 'cJrd:l
tie 8c each 3,500 cedar poles 15
each 1,00 0 cedar pole@
9 10.0 0 per
R3-1 32:1 0 spruce $4.0 0 per 1 0
MB% NE4 anfd SE14 SE% of Sec. 12, T. 146, 32:50 pine $10 00
NB%-NE?4 and Lot 2-0* Sec. 13, T. 146, R, 32:15 pine 410.00 per M.
160 R. 32:--10 pine
tamarack $3.50 per _30,0^ tamarack 8c each cedar
each 1,600Ecedar posts lc each.
$1.00 pe cord 1,500 tamarack
0 pe 6
32:6 pine $8.00 per
tamarac15- $8.50 per 150 cords sprSce
*i*^r* a 4t
RAILE0AD HUE CABBS
162 Bast Bound Lea Ye*.
108 West Bound Leaves.
186 Bast Bound Leares.
187 West Bonnd LeaTea.
83 West Bound1
34 East Bound Learee.
84 WesfBonhd Leavea
36 East Bound Leavea.
105 North Bound Arrives...
106 south Boaad Leaves...
Freight West Leaves at..
Freight East Leave* at...-.
82 South Bound Leaves.^.,
81 North Bound Leave*....
84 South Bound Leare*....
88 North Bound Leaves....
Freight South Leave* at...
Freight North Learea at
IOt BemWjl |Avenue
DB. KOWLAHI aiLMORE
USOUanarack tlee 0
^da pole. lc each
151l.dR. 30:50 pine^ $8.60 per
tamarack a S4.o
PHYSICIAN AND SURQBON
DE. A. SHASHOH, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
'Phone 396 Res. 'Phone 887
DR. C. B. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
BR. A. E. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND 3URGHON
Over First National teak, Bsjmidjl, MMML
Office 'Phone 36, Residence 'Phona It
DR. E. H. SMITH
cedar&poles ties & 10 each 1^100 cedar poles 15
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
Office in Winter Block
DR. E. H. HARCUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGBON
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 18 Reaidenoa Plum* I
EINER W. JOHNSON
le $1.00 per cord 3,0t
pole:s50lBerpe**:0 R- 32:66500 pine
$1.00r per2 corcordsd ~M pine $8.0 0 pe 0
p$sts lc each.149
"."T 149 R. 32:~I5sM pine $8.0 0 per sprucc
o T. 149, R. pine $8.00 per M.
timber can be sold for les than the appraised prices as given herein, and
any bidding ove* and above the said appraised prices shall be by "per-
centage," the p%r cent bid to be added to the appraised priee of each kind of
timber advertised on the land. No bids of less than five (5) per cent will be
entertained and accepted.
Purchasers of any of said timber at said sale must pay down In cash at
time of sale 60 per cent of the appraised value of the timber, based on th'
estimated quantity, and must fflve bond to the State in an amount at least
double the appraised value of the timber, conditioned upon cutting all of said
kinds of timber that there may-be upon the land (be it more or less than the
estimate) clean, acre by acre, and paying the State the balance that may be
due therefor, and.'for the faithful performance of all the terms and conditions*
of the law governing such matters. "Permits" will be issued to purchaser**,
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 unanimous vote, to
grant one extension of time, of not 1 ore than one logging season, if good
reason its given for not having been able to complete the cutting and removing
of- the timber within the original time limit of the Permit. All timber cut if
to be scaled or counted on the land where cut by a regular State* Caa4
Examiner, and la not to be removed from such land until It has been so seaisJ
r counted, and final settlement la to be based on such seals and count.
Dated at St Paul, Minnesota, this 21st day of November, 1912. "^e^
T* S. IVERSON.
-t stare Auditor. &**-
Subscribe for The Pioneer
P:36 pine $8.00
Pe 6 M^ tamarack $J50 per f0 tamaraek
Ilea 10c each 1.500 cedar pole* 15c each 7,000 cedar posts le each"
NW% NE% of Sec. 23 jf. 141, ^R. 81:10 pine 18 00 pefllf 25 Srd
ruee $1.00 per cord Ho tamarack ties 10c eaoh 2,000 cedar pole*
16c each 6,000 cedar posts lc each. vmr
-f.-'" IWlllli OP flALB. 1^_
This sale la to be held pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 204 of tha
Beneral Laws ot Minnesota for 1905, as amended by Chapter 47 of the
General Laws of 1909.
Timber estimated and appraised per feet will be offered and sold per 16
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 as tie
or pole or post timber will be offered and sold per tie or pole or post and
ale will jbe-mada. to-the party bidding' the highest price for all
kinds of timber advertised on the lands in the different-sections.of
Non of the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Security Bank
DR. D. L. STANTON
31:a6 pine $7.00 per
5e spruce^ $4,00
'31 W SE% of Sec. 20. T. 151, R. 31:~-5151 $4.00 per M: 10
50 spruce $4.50
NW% SWyL of Sec. 5, T. 150, R. 31:10*
per M, 225 cords epruce $1.0j0per eord 500 tamarack ties 8c each.
spruce $1.00 per cord J500 tamarack ties 8c each 700 cedar poles
each 1,500 cedar posts lc each.
Office in Winter Block
DR. J. T. TU0MT
First National Bank Bldg. TL It
DR. 6. M. PALMER
Evening Work by Appointment Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to 6 B.
m.. 7 to 9 p. m. Sunday, reading room*
only, 3 to 6 p. m.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
*A A*D VXAVO-tgOTXsT
Res. 'Phone 58. sit America Ave.
Office Phone 12.
The Fail to Belli
N. E. IBERTS0N
4*5 BekriMi Ate. Bn^.Mia^
1 North Bound LeaTes 8:86 pm
2 South Bound Arrives 10^0 am
in 1 'IT I
ORAHAM M. TOiaAHCE
Miles Block Telephone 580
D. H. USE
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office second floor CLeary-Bowscr Btdg