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Bereaved by Death of Husband.
Ambassador to Groat Britain.
W. T. Blakely came down from
Farley last night.
The Eastern Star will have a meet
ing Friday evening, January 17.
J. J. Hennessey is spending a few
days in Minneapolis on business.
Reverend White held religious
services at Turtle River last night.
Go to Hakkerbp for photos.Adv.
W. P. Freely, city water inspector
of Duluth, is in Bemidji today on
The Daily Virginian: A. H. Har
ris of Bemidji, is a Virginia business
J. O. Miller, a brakeman on the M.
& I., was injured Wednesday, being
lver Myhre of Wilton, was in Be
midji Wednesday, returning home in
William Foster of town of Liberty,
was in Bemidji Wednesday attending
to some business matters.
Nat Given returned Wednesday
from a visit with friends and rela
tives at aurora, Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. Thayer Bailey went
to Bagley Wednesday on a combined
buBines and pleasure trip.
Mrs. E. M. Tschoepe and daughter
MynO, of Nebish, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Dane last night.
Miss Lillian Coons of Schoolcraft
arrived in the city Wednesday and is
the guest of Mrs. F. B. Henderson.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
spoons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed in neat lined
Mrs. O. E. Bailey and Miss Flor
ence" Smyth went to Minneapolis
Wednesday evening for a fe# dfys
A. G. Wedge, Jr., returned'to Be
midji' last night from a trip to Inter
national Falls and intermediate
Mikel Djonne of the town of Lib
erty brought his little daughter Ma
bel to Bemidji for medical treatment
Ask to be shown the special prem
iums" offered to Pioneer readers. They
will brotight right to your door or
may be seen" at tlbis office.
itev. A. W. Kuehl of St. Paul, ar
rived" in the city Wednesday and is
the guest of his brother-in-law, Mr.
A. E. Webster, 1242 Daud avenue.
W. E. Rowe and N. B. Moran,
came over from Cass Lake yesterday
net spent a few hours in the city be
for returning to their home at
There is perfect safety in the For
eign Bills of Exchange bought from
the Northern National TBfcnk. It is
a convenient and economical way to
send money to the bid country.Adv.
Among Bemidji visitors yesterday
v.ere P. S. Rose of Crookston Oscar
Spohheim of Thief River Falls W. H.
Brown of Crookston, and Joseph
Lolnes of Fosston
Mrs. A. A. Andrews returned Tues
day morning from a month's visit
with friends and relatives at Minne
apolis, and Durand, Arkansas, and
Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Persons troubled with partial
paralysis are often very much bene
fited by massaging the aftected parts
thoroughly when* applyfn Chamber
lain's Liniment. This liniment alao
relieves rheumatic pains. For gale
by Barker's ifcrug sibre.-Adv.^
W. H. GeShnxell, general manafer
remain over for the Great Northern
banquet this evening. The M. & I.
psiy car was here lai
A combination set of Rcl*firWlv^f^
AA butter knife and* U *T shell 1 r**4
to Pioneer aubsoribeW S*t paciBSd
in neatly lined box wort&^f T.60.
Frank Bracelin, distrM5
orFargo E. H. Cour&ey/plan^ chief,
Grand Forks and Bf A. Wolf, traffic
manager, Grand Forks,-were Bell
telephone officials who visited^the lo
cal plant yesterday. ^g$& ."%$&
When you want a reliable medi
cine for a couch or cold take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. it can al
ways be depended upon and is pleas
ant and to taxe. Fbr sale by
Judge M. A. Spooner went to Lit
this morning on a business
trip. E. .Westlake of Minneapolis,
was in Bemidji Tuesday. Mr. West
lake is connected-with the legal der
partmht of the Sbo line.
If your children are subject to at
tacks of croup, watch for the first
symptom, hoarseness. Give Cham
berlain's CougffRsmeUy as soon as
the child becomes hoarse and the at
tack" may be warded off. For sale
by Barker's'Drug StoreAdv.
Mrs. A. E. Nelson is expected home
Friday" afternoon from a Christmas
visit to Iowa and' Nebraska. Mrs.
Nelson spent most of her time with
her parents but also visited Simpson
college, her Alma Mater. She is
coming to Bemidji via Duluth.
HerV is a rem'edy that will eure
your cold. Why waste time and mo
ney experimenting when you can get
a prepar'aTflbh thathas won a world
wide reputation by its cures for this
disease and can always be depended
upon? It is knbwn everywhere as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
is a medicine of real merit. For sale
by Barker's Drug Store.Adv..
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith are
planning on an extended trip through
the west during March and April.
They will not confine their visit to
any particular place but will visit all
places of interest. They have a num
ber of friends and relatives they will
visit en route. They will also make
trips o^ the ocean steamers on the
Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo.,
had been troubled with sick head
ache for about five years, when she
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
She has taken two bottles of them
and they have cured her. Sick head
ache is caused by a disordered stom
ach for which these tablets are es
pecially intended. Try them, get
well and stay well. Sold by Barker's
For This Series, $10.
I hereby announce that I am a can
didate for judge of the Municipal
Court of this City, which office is to
be filled at the coming city election,
and I respectfully solicit the support
of the citizens of Bemidji.
HERBERT J. LOUD.
vE.' 'N French & Co., Druggists, de
serve praise from Bemidji people for
introducing here the simple buck
thorn bark and glycerine mixture,
known as Adler-i-ka. This simple
German re.metty first became famous
by curing appendicitis and it has
now been discovered that' A SINGLE
DOSE relieves sour stomach, gas on
the stomach and constipation IN
Por This Series, $10.00
I hereby announce that I am a
candidate for the office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
Bemidji, at the 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.
JOHN L. BROWN.
SYSTEM FULL OF ORIC ACID-THE
GREAT KIDNEY REMEDY CURED
Two years ago I was very sick and
after being treated by several of the
best physicians in Clinton, did not
seem to get any better. I was con
fined to my bed Seeing Dr. Kil*
mer's Swamp-Root advertised, I re
solved to give it a trial. After using
it for three weeks, I found I was gain
ing nicely, so I continued until I had
taken a number of bottles. I am now
restored to health and have continued
my labors. My system was full of
uric acid, but Swamp-Root cured me
entirely. I am sixty years old.,.,.
Yours very truly,
W. C. COOK,
1203 Eighth Ave., Clinton, Iowa.
State of Iowa
Clinton County ssTj
On this 13th day of July A. D.,
1909, W. C. Cook to me personally
known appeared before me and in
my presence subscribed and swore to
tue above and foregoing statement.'
../DALE H. SHEPPARD,
J, J& In and forNotary Clinto County
tor. Kilmer fc Co.
BfaghamtoB, IT. T.
Prove What Swamp-Root will Do Por
Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blng
hamton, N. Y., for a sample bone.
It will convince anyone. Yon will
also reeeive a booklet valuable in
formation, telling all-'about the kid
neys and bladder When writing, be
?ire and mention the Bemidji Dajly
ioneer. Regular fifty-cent and one
dollar botUes foV sals at all drug
"The Atftlr at Raynore" (Edison)
Being the fourth story of "What Happened to Mary," made in collab-
oration with "The "Ladies' World." This number is tenser and mora:
exciting than the others nave been? Don't miss it
"Omone ef the Mesa"
A picture of dramatic power and great climax.
waw Ave yeanr oldi and-she
had been told so many times that she
was a big girl now and must be good
that her very soul had sickened. "I
dh't want to be five years old any
she grumbled. "I'm tired of
being five and good enough to kill
fou. I'd rather stay four and be Just
siedium and have a good time."
MINNEAPOLIS LADY BADLY
SCALDED W132LE C0OKINO.
While preparing a dinner a young
Minneapolis wife ha 1 the misfortune
+o 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 help 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
take. Sold at Barker's drug store.
Th*r What I Callm aooHTImm"
"The Country Sehoot Teacher"
A comedy-drama that is a hummer featuring those two great Lubin
YaVbritee^Bri8CO and Johnson.
BKfB asaae ass
R. F. MURPHY
OfriM'aia Beltrami Avs.
Dulutk'a Lsigest and Bst Hotel
jut rooms. mrtr
convenience: Luxurious and dellg-htfo)
restaurants and buffet. Flemish Koosv
Palm Boom, Men's Grill. Colonial Buffeti
Mairniflcent lobby and public robair
Ballroom, banauet rooms ana private
dining- rooms! Sun parlor and opsefVa
tory. Located in heart of business gee
tlon but overlookuiaT the harbor and Lake
Superior. Convenient to everythuif.
One of tit Brut Hittli tf thi Itrtkiitl
To the Goo Dressers
Two facts for you to consider here. The finest Suits and
Overcoats, and the JJest Values offered, quality considered.
of the balance of our winter stock of suits and overcoats made
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$30,00 Overcoats, 1-4 off
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A Sensational and Thrilling Drama of Today
The Greatest Story Ever Put on the Screen
Realistic Scenes that Astound
Thrilling Ad ventures
Mysterious and Absorbing
Most Intensely Interesting, Gripping Feature
r, Picture Ever Made.
DON'T MISS THIS GREA PRODUCTIO N
This is,the Greatest Picture ever shown in our
theatre. If not as we represent, your money will
be refunded Cheerfully.
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