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XABOU J. SAVa, adltor.
About one month ago, some per
sons were saying that 12-12-12 would
be the last time such a sequence of
figures would appear for many years.
Is this not the thirteenth day of the
thirteenth month in the year 1913?
One on the News-Tribune.
"On Saturday the Duluth News
Tribune printed the picture of a
threshing outfit near Baudette and
labeled the picture "First Outfit in
Koochiching county." The News
Tribune's agricultural editor should
get out his map of Minnesota and
find out in which .county Baudette
Marching in the Mud.
Fifty years ago this January the
Army of the Potomac under General
Burnside was endeavoring to accom
plish by maneuver what it had failed
to do by direct assault. Terrible as
the cost of Fredericksburg had been,
the Army of the Potomac was still
superior to the Army of Northern
Virginia and capable in skilful hands
of achieving victory.
General Burnside himself had been
resolved on renewing the.assault on
Marye's Hill, of leading in person his
old corps. But he had been dissuad
ed by his generals, some of whom
were almost insubordinate in their
protests. Finally abandoning the
idea of hammering Lee head on,
Burnside adopted the plans of man
euver, which he should have first un
Ambrose Everett Burnside as corps
commander had. been the most popu
lar of McClellan/s principal subordin
ates. His patriotism was. undoubted,
his devotion absolute, his unselfish
ness pronounced. He didn't want the
chief command, which was thrust up
on him. Fredericksburg proved his
unfitness forchief command but
afterward being still left in chief
command he had to do something.
Therefore he ordered the army to
march up the river to the fords of
the Rapidan, whereby Hooker in the
spring and Grant in the next spring
were to cross is order to fight Lee at
an advantage. Burnside at least and
at last had the right conception,
and he had the force to cause the
venture to succeed, could he himself
supply the generalship.
But he was moving in unfavorable
wintertime. And no more than Na
poleon, could he successfully cope
with climate. The rains descended
and the floods rose and the gallant
Army of the Potomac with the best
will in the world, literally stuck in
the mud. The march simply couldn't
be made, although nothing hindered
save cold, rain and mud.
Burnside finally desisted, and on
January 27 Hooker became command
er-in-chief in his place.
Burnside acted well under failure.
He was ready to accept any duty the
(president would assign him. Lin
coln wrote him that his services had
been valuable and would still be val
uable. Burnside in the autumn was
to hold Knoxville, Tenn., against
Longstreet and in Grant's Richmond
campaign was to command an inde
pendent corps, not incorporated un
der General Meade's command, but
subject .to Grant's immediate order.
As commander-in-chief of an army
in the field Burnside was a failure.
Even as a corps commander he was
not a Hancock, a. McPherson, a Long
street, or an A. P. Hill, but he was a
devoted soldier, nevertheless, a man
who deserved well of the republic.
Warranted to Wear.
A teacher in one of the cooking
glasses of a New York school tells of
Ihe unique criteria by which her pupils
sometimes judge each other's work in
One little firl was criticising the
production of a pie by another pupil,
when she said:
"That pie's all right, but it ain't
good as me aunt in Orange useter
to/make. You could take a piece of
fenem in your hand an' walk all 'round
Ike place eatin' It an* it wouldn't
reak!"Illustrated Sunday Mafasiof.
VisitorThat new acrobat It vary
light on his feet.
Vaudeville ManagerReckon he
DARKEN HER FADED,
MIXED WITH SULPHUR IT MAKES
HAIR SOFT, BEAUTIFUL
The use of Sage and Sulphur for
if storing faded, gray hair to its nat
ural color dates back to grandmoth
er's time. She kept her hair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and abundant
with a brew of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair fell out or took on
that dull, faded or streaked, appear
ance this simple mixture was ap
plied with wonderful effect.
But the brewing at home is mussy
and out-of-date. Nowadays skilled
chemists do this better than our
selves. By asking at any drug store
for the ready-to-use producedcalled
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy"you will get a large bot-
This space reserved by the
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
For price of lots, terms etc.,
INQUIRE OF C. BAILEY,
BemidjiTow i le & Improvement]Co,
620 capital Bank Building
Today pictures made from
the films you send In this
Bnlarglng Framing, Copying.
Tnlrd St. .-ji Bsmldjl.
Do you want
THE BB9T GROCERIES
found In Bomldjl
Come right hre and get
them, as we pride ourselves
on having only the beat
money can buy.
B0HWA1TOT 4 MA1IN
Dr' Goods, Shoes, Groceries
Third S Bemidji
We strive to sell. I
But we strive harder to pleaae.
Courteous attention has
woi\ over many Jewelry cue
tomers to us.
George T. Baker Co.
He's Jumped three contracts j_f
'Si.r-m *m Well Supplied.
fWhat If the rata $7$&g
His top-piece wefgf ,r*'*r?-^v
"\H* woiwsi lids fVaf
On 'lection bets.*!!
"If I were dealing witlfrthose Bnc
Hah suffragettes who go on hunger
strikes I'd soon break up the scheme."
"How would you do it?"
"Whenever,the etarted anything of
that kind I'd slip,A plate of .picklea In
side the cell door."
tCandor No Man Everi Inhibited.
"Now that you have made $50,000,-
000, I suppose you are going to keep
right on for the. purpose of trying^to
get a hundred millionsV Cv
PtAKA GE TEA TO
tle for fifty cents. Some druggists
make their own, which is usually
too sticky, so insist upon getting
Wyeth'B whiich can be depended up
on to restore natural color and beau
ty to the hair and is splendid for
dandruff, dry, feverish, itehy scalp
and falling hair. _Jl?
A. well-known downtown druggist
says his customers Insist on Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur, because, they say,
it darkens so naturally and evenly
that nobody can tell it has been ap
pliedilt's so easy to use too. "Tqu
simply dampen a sponge or soft
brush and draw it through your
hair, taking in a strand at a time. Do
this at night and by morning ,^he
gray hair disappears after another
application or two, it is restored to
its natural color and looks glossy,
soft and abundant.Adv.
and FARM IMPLEMENTS
The Hardware Merchant
Regularly and ayetemau-
caUy. If you receive your pay
weekly, lay somr aside each
week. If monthly do it month
ly. The dollars will: pile up
Now la the time to open a
bank account with the
3 OLD, STSOfTO AND S,
Our local merehanta ted
the oslsjti aye the atoekhold
ere of this bank, f^^m
THE BMCBJfi DAttt MOIBDI
v, *vNo, sir* You do me an injustice.
I'm going to put in' the rest of my
time trying to get my conscience into
a satisfactory -condition."
it matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can it et for you at a price that
reliable and will jive you the best value for your money.
GIVES DTtTAHT ACTIO* I PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
B.N. French A Co., report that A j.
jj^j, g^. $10$W
SINGLE DOSE of simple buckthorn tv\ -r
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
OBD IXLIftWl W90MM.
^ra worn VM. muuyi* Ducsuiorn i hereby announce that I am a can-
bark, glycerine, etc.. as compounded dUa
In Adler-ika, the German appendicl-^ourtte
tlaflnemedy^atopwaconitipttlon ov gMg^g
ontb* stomach MSTANTLY.
amiM people re being hHd.--^f ^emcitiaenB ofeBemldJi.
HERBERT J. LOUD."
merchandise sales are always
on the lnereaee nd each
month has beam better than
the last, iryou a*a*et al
ready a customer, you.de net
know how welKwe^sm^pleaM
you in quality^ and'atiafy
you in uantiqr.
Minnesota Avenue -MWK.-
Wrapped In Wax Paper:
BotUed Milk and ream.
T3 'Jy K$*
of ^rh i a
city^whicfh office is tojcandidate
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All kinds of building ma
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ST. HTXAUtE RETAIL LUM-
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Wholesale and reta"U Pla
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J. BISIAR, MANAGER.
CM I CAN WRITE PHOTO PLAYS AND
I EARN $25.00 OR MORE WEEKLY
We-Will Show^ou How
If youvbave ideag-^if you can 7"sV#|fir--we will show
you the secrets of this fascinating new profession. Positively
no experience or literary excellence necessary. No "flowery
language" is wanted.
"V The demand for photoplays ispractically unlimited, i The
big film manufacturers are moving ^heaven and earth" in their
i... atten pts to get enough good plots to supply the ever increas-
ing demand./They are offering $100, and more, for single
scenarios, or written ideas.
^Nearly all the big film companies, the buyers of photo-
plays, are located in or neari-NlBW YOEK CITY. Being
right on the spot, and knowing at all times just whet sort of
plots are wanted by the producers, our SALES DEPART-.
MENT has a tremendous advantage over agencies situated in
:o distant cities.
We have received many lexers 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
theaa. We want more writers and we'll gladly teach you the
ii secrets of success.
We are selliiif photaplays written by people who
r^ever befrewrote a line for pablication"
-Perhaps we can do the same for you. If you can think of
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by us, and it sells for only $25, a low figure,
oo Will Earn $100 Monthly for Spare Time Work.
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8Many^and i^Bpectfullylaolicitthe anpport
the imunicipal -court of the city of
Bemidji, .at tbe#coming city election
to-be^held In and for said city on the
18th day of February, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
of the people of Bemidji. '^f
JOHN L. BROWN.
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Crockery, Olasswi -e. House
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