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secured the passage in the senate of
a joint resolution for a committee to
frame a plan for reorganization of
state departments as recommended by
The chairmen of the house com
mittees are as follows:
AppropriationsDavis. Banks and BankingLindberg.
Board of ControlGreene.
Commerce and Retail Trade
Compensation Public Officials
Corporations other than Municipal
Crimes and PunishmentsPfaend
Dairy Products and Live Stock
H. H. Dunn.
EducationA. J. Peterson.
EnrollmentG. W. Brown.
Game and FishHealey.
Grain and WarehouseBendixen.
InsuranceFrankson. JudiciaryOrr. Labor and Labor Legislation
Logs and LumberMorken.
ManufacturesPless. Military AffairsMoeller.
Mines and MineralsA. L. War
PrintingBjornson. Public Accounts and Expenditures
Public Health and Pure Food
ReapportionmentC. H. Warner.
Roads and BridgesR. C. Dunn.
Rules and Joint RulesW. I. No
School for DefectivesReed.
CURES DRINK HABIT
So uniformly successful has ORRINE
been in restoring the victims of the
"Prink Habit" into sober and useful
citizens, and so strong is our confidence
its curative powers, that we want to
emphasize the fact that ORRINE is sold
under this positive guarantee. If, after
trial, you get no benefit, your money
will be refunded. ORRINE costs only
$1.00 per box. Ask for Free Booklet.
City Drug Store, Beltrami Avenue.
Stat9 HospitalsStone. 4r
State and Other Librariesvtfeld.
State Normal SchoolsW. W.
State's Prison and Reformatory
State School at OwatonnaVirtue.
State Training SchoolMinnette.
Taxes and Tax Lawsuisthun.
Telephone and TelegraphLen
Towns and Countiesescott.
TransportationJ. T. Johnson.
University and University Lands
VjllagesBjorge. Workmen's CompensationSan
South St. Paul, Minnesota, January
Cows and heifers. 4.00-7.00
Veal calves 4.00-9.25
Market: Weak to fifteen cents lower.
Veal calves steady.
Stockers and Feeders.
Feeding steers, 900-1,000
Stock steers, 500-900 lbs. .4.00-6.50
Stock cows and heifers. .3.75-5.25
Stock bulls 4.00-5.00
Market: Steady to strong.
Mon. Jan. 6. .7.10-7.25 7.15
Tues. Jan. 7. .6.90-7.15 7.10
Wed. Jan 8. .7.05-7.20 7.10-7.15
Thurs. Jan. 9. .7.05-7.25 7.10-7.15
Fri. Jan. 10. 7.10-7.27% 7.15-7.20
Sat. Jan. 11. .7.05-7.20 7.05-7.10
Mon. Jan. 13. .6.90-7.10 7.05
Market: Ten cents lower.
Sheep and Lambs.
Spring lambs 50-8,40
Market: Ten to fifteen cents lower.
St. Paul Union Stockyards Co.
JACK JOHNSON STOPPED
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rush on he dock stamping their feet
and making other loud noises just as
the ferry left her slip. They would
have scared Jack into a blue smoke
scared him so bad that by the time
he hit Windsor he would have been
No trouble to Show Samples
running, and a few yells across the
river would have accelerated his
speed toward Montreal and a boat.
Then if the performance had ^*e re
peated at Montreal, just as the liner
left the dock Jacobus would have
been* scared into spending tne rest of
his life in, Europewhich would suit
about everybody in the United States
right down to a Capital T.
But they gummed the chance. In
stead of scaring this big cinder out
of the county, and so badly he would
have rattled his teem every time he
thought of returning, the officials
have to nab him and bring him back.
It was the chance of a lifetime, and
they sneezed just when silence was
Miss Cecilia C. Miller spent Friday
and Saturday of last week as the
guest of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Warn
er, o- Puposky", who is ill.
Joseph Miller,, of Bog Lake, is
busy hauling cedar poles and posts
"Mrs. R. H. Conghlin, daughter of
the late J. J. Miller, of this place,
and who, with her husband and
children, came here from South Da
kota, where there home is, at the
death of her father, is spending a
few days at the home of her sister,
Mrs. A. J. Warner of Puposky.
R. H. Conghlin was a Fowlds. visi
tor Monday and incidentally stopped
in on his way home at the home of
his friends, John and Gerry Mackey
for a snort visit, and spent the nignt
Mrs. Sunder, who has been em
ployed as housekeeper at the O. Hill
home ior the past two years, and
who has been working in North Da
kota all fall as cook in a cooking car,
and visiting friends in Dultuh for the
past few weeks, moved on her home
stead, six miles north of here the first
of the week.
J. W. Mackey was a social caller
at the Miller home Monday.
O. Hill and housekeeper, Mrs. Sun
der, made a business trip to Puposky
J. W. Hisdell was a business cal
ler at Puposky Saturday.
Wm. Carlson made a business trip
to Puposky last week.
J. W. Mackey made a combined
business,, and social trip to Puposky
G. Mackey and John Tanner, a
friend of his who is visiting him from
his old home town, Milnor, N. D.,
made a trip to Bemidji Monday.
Joseph Miller called on his neigh
bors, James Pine and Andrew
ker, Monday. -r* '.^l
Henry Pingle, of Island Lake,
made a trip to Puposky Saturday on
Mr. Fosdrud, of Deer Lake, was a
business visitor in Puposky Saturday
Two of the three schools in this
district jopened for the spring term of
school Monday, the third. The south
school has not started yet owing to
the illness of its teacher, Miss. Oma
Hannah, of Wilton. Miss Peterson of
Wadena, teaches the north school
and Miss Mavis Phillippe, of Bemidji,
teaches the west school.
There was, a mistake in our teach
er's name last week.' It is Miss Nina
Webster (instead of Webb) and
school is progressing nicely. Teacher
and pupils are well pleased.
R. Anderson and son Bennle, and
nephew, Robert, expect to start for
their home in Canada Thursday. They
will be accompanied by Miss Maude
Anderson, who will spend a month
or two visiting her brother Frank,
and other relatives near Saskatoon.
Glenn Conger is the guest of Earl
Cronemiller. Earl is not very fond
of batching, so he is glad to
have his batchelor apartments shared,
Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carrick Sun
Mr. Lovegreen returned home Fri
day accompanied by his bride. He
was quietly married to Miss Galjan
boon of Pecatome, 111., January 8,
1913. They were Accorded a wel
come by a number of the young peo
ple at their residence near Marsn's
Siding Saturday evening..
Mrs. John Noel tendered a recep
tion to Miss Nina Webster Tuesday
evening, the guests were Mr. and
Mrs. A. Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. Hed
den, Mr. and. Mrs. Lovegreen, the
Misses Serena and Jessie Blue, Mrs.
Amy Anderson and Miss Maude An
derson. Messrs. Earl Cronemiller,
Glenn Conger, "Bill Grover, George
Worth. Dale Williams, Merlin Rey
nolds, Bennie and Robert Anderson.
Music and games were enjoyed, also
cake, candy and popcorn.
At the Northern Rural Telephone
meeting Monday night, it was decided
to leave the line as it is, although it
may. be divided later.and another
wire added, Earl Cronemiller was
elected president W. Rice, vice pres
ident Billle Grover, secretary, and
lineman Mr. Worth, was sustained
THE NEEDED CHURCH.
A Sunday meeting place for people
A church founded on the Beati-
A church'mat writes Hope oVefitfr
portal and Love over its altar.
Merchants! Don't Buy Calendars
NTIL you have seen- the ROBERT CHAPMAN line for 1914, The Pioneer
has the Exclusive agency for these Beautiful Calendars, and the samples are now
ready for display. During the past few months we have had the opportunity to
look over the 1914 Samples of many houses, but we can say without hesitation
that the Chapman 1914 line is by far the most superb collection we have ever seen. You
have undoubtedly distributed your 1915 Calendars, so why not get in on the ground
floor and select your 1914 Calendars NOW! The samples range from the low-
priced Carboard Calendars up to the Most Beautiful Hand-Painted Subjects.
church with no devil, but man's
inhumanity to man, and np hell, but
a man's own conscience."^^^
A church that believes enough in
God to believe that he will save to the
uttermost and believes enough in
man to believe he will want to be
saved to the uttermost.
A church that follows Jesus Christ
as. John followed him, and Paul *nd
Franklin and Lincoln.
A church.with a star ever shining
over every grave, and a rainbow ever
arching every grief.
A church that holds that Health,
Good Cheer and Faith are catching
and that Optimism, is the only right
A church .with no seats for the rich
man because he is rich, or the poor
man because Ihe is .poor, but with
seats ifor every man who comes to
worship God In spirit and in truth.
(Rev. Henry R. Rose in Farm and
WORDS FROM HOME
Statements That Hay Be Investigat
ed. Testimony of Bemidji
When a Bemidji citizen comes to
the front, telling his friends and
neighbors of his experience, you can
rely on his sincerity. The statement
of peopel residing inTfar away places
do* not command your confidence.
Home endorsement is the kind that
hacks Doan's Kidney Pills. Such tes
timony is convincing. Investigation
proves it true. Below is a statement
of a Bemidji resident. No stronger
proof of merit can be had.
W, A. White 1023 Dewey Ave. Be
midji, Minn., says: "I certainly can
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I
know from experience that they are
a remedy of merit. I have used them
for lame back and kidney complaint
and have always received good re
sults. I have obtained Doan's Kid
ney Pills from Barker's Drug Store.
They always take away the soreness
and 'lameness in my back and regu
late the action of "my kidneys."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
^ents. Foster-Miiburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for, the Unit
Remember the nameDoan's
and take no other.Adv.
Simply omllPtonoor Office, Phono 31
WANTEDTwo bell boys.
DO YOU WANT HELP-~The Asso
ciated Charities will be glad to get
a list of those who are in need of
servant girls or women to work by
the hour and will help any girls
or women who want work with a
family or other employment to ob
tain it. Call or telephone Mrs. T.
J. Welsh, Phone, 282.^ 1121 Be
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DO THE BUSIINESS
The Pioneer goes everywhere so that everyone has a neighbor who
takes it and people who do not take the paper generally read their
neighbor's so your want ad gets to them all.
J Cent a Word Is All It Costs
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons for
every make of typewriter on the
market at 50 cents and 75 cents
each. Every ribbon sold for' 75
cents guaranteed. Phone orders
promptly filled. Mail orders given
the,same careful attention as when
you appear in person. Phone 31.
The Bemidji Pioneer Office Supply
FOR SALEThe Bemidji lead pencil
(the best nickel pencil in the
world, at Netzer's, Barker's, O. C.
Rood's, McCuaig's, Omich's, Roe &
Markusen's, and the Pioneer Office
Supply Store at 5 cents each and
50 cents a dozen.
FOR SALE---Fre8h cow Price $50.
Inquire A. L. bollard, 406 Minne-
FOR SALESmall fonts of type, sev
eral different points and in first
class condition. Call or write this
office for proofs. Address Bemidji
Pioneer, Bemidji, Minc
FOR RENTFurnished front room.
Inquire J. E. C, care Pioneer.
LOST AND FOUHD
-JSrSmall pink cameo pin. Find
er leave at. 1011 Minnesota avenue
and receive reward.
ONLY AUTOMOBILE RADIATOR
FACTORY IN NORTHWEST
Eleven years' knowing how. Why
send your Radiator down East when
you can ship it to us save time, ex
press, freight, money and get best
workmanship. Prices right. Make
new Radiators allow for old one.
Mailorders receive special attention.
TODD MANUFACTURING CO.
820 Mary PI. Minneapolis, Minn.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellow's building,
across from po3toffice, phone 129.
WANTEDTo buy second hand
steel, range. Not used OVBT two
years. Address A., cafe Pioneer.