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MRS. WILLIAM SULZER.
Wife of the New Gover
nor of New York State.
1918, by American Press Association.
M. N. Koll of Cass Lake, is in Be
Jim Given was at International
E. H. Sandberg of Warren, spent
yesterday in Bemidji.
Miss Mae Flore is visiting friends
in Minneapolis this week.
V. L. Whitcomb of Akeley, stopped
over in Bemidji yesterday.
Skating Sunday afternoon and
J. R. McDonald was a business vis
itor at International Falls Friday.
Harvey Grimmer of St. Cloud, was
in Bemidji on business Thursday
Geo. E. Andrews of Bovey, was in
Bemidji yesterday renewing old
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dunning of Sol
way, will be Sunday guests at the E.
H. Denu home.
K. L. Thwing, a Grand Rapids at
torney, waB a business visitor in Be
Bemidji's annual masquerade ball,
at the armory, January 28. Get your
suits ready now.Adv.
A. H. Harris of this city left yes
terday for Minneapolis where he will
remain for a few days.
F. S. Arnold will return Sunday
morning from the cities where he has
been on business matters.
Wm. Russell, who has been em
ployed in the vicinity of Internation
al Falls, is in Bemidji today.
Walker Pilot (Federal Dam): E.
L. Warren who was at the Bemidji
hospital Is improving very nicely.
Miss Dora Barrette returned from
Crookston Friday, where she has
oeen for several days visiting friends.
Secure a set of six Rogers AA tea
poons free with the Pioneer. Ask
how. Come packed In neat lined
Walker Pilot (Federal Dam): John
Lamb who went to the Bemidji hos
pital several days ago is improving
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sulivan and
spend Sunday with Mrs. Sullivan's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taoes. Newby,
of International Falls.
12. What is success but to at
tempt still higher things. Attend
Mankato Commercial College, Man
Brainerd Daily Dispatch: Judge
Jf^Af Spooner, of Bemidji, one of the
'WJfyiilegal lights of Northern Minne
sota, is in the city today.
^F. S. Arnold and A. P. Ritchie re
turned from Minneapolis this morn
ing after attending a three-day ses
sion of the State Agricultural society.
Go to Hakkernp for photos.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Denu enter
tained the following guests at dinner
Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. W. N.
Bowser,'Mrs. F. S. Arnold and Mrs.
B. W. Lakin.
Sam Simpson and daughter Lillian,
of Minneapolis, stopped over in Be
midji yesterday before leaving for
Bena, where Mr. Simpson has charge
of some logging operations.
A combination set ot Rogers silver
AA butter knife and sugar shell free
to Pioneer subscribers. Set packed
in neatly lined box worth SI.50.
Mrs. A. E. Witting and Mrs. C. W.
Jewett went to Balckduck last night
to attend a K. P. party. Mrs. Jewett
remained over Sunday but Mrs. Wit
ting returned last night.
Mm. A. E. Witting has completed
nor collectlonf from the Red Croat
ftftmpff told In Bemidji during the)
httdaw: and report?^
The sales for 1911 totaled SIOO.^
Mrs. Allan Huch and daughter,
Dorothy, left this morning -for their,
home in Moose Jaw, Canada, aftea an
extended visit with Mr.- Huch's mo*
ther, Mrs: William. Hillgrove of this
Are you sure that your valuables
are safe? For $3.00 a year you can
rent a private safe deposit box in the
Northern National Bank thus insur
ing Against fire, thief or accident.
Walker Pilot: Mrs. F. M. Gustin,
wife of our agent* and son, went to
Bemidji last week, where it was ex
pected to have an operation on the
boy. Last report does not think it
Mrs. T. Ratican of Blackduck, is in
the city, the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. J. McCormick. In a few days
she will leave for .Minneapolis to visit
her other daughter, Mrs. Devise Wil
fong for some time.
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.
Mrs. J. P. Pogue accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Mary B. Kellog, left
yesterday for a visit at their old home
in Jamestown, New York. Mr. Pogue
accompanied them as far as St. Paul,
returning this morning.
Maurice Ryan of the Bemidji Col
lection Agency, has gone to Deer Riv
er where he will act as clerk in the
camp of Hulbert & Howell. Byron
Russell is attending to the business
for the collection agency.
When you want a reliable medi
cine for a cough or cold take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. It can al
ways be depended upon and is pleas
ant and safe to take. For sale by
Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
The Brainerd Tribune: Mai D.
Clark, a Brainerd attorney, and a
member of the firm of Alderman &
Clark, has been appointed special
municipal judge for Brainerd by
Governor Eberhart, to succeed G. S.
J. O. Achenbach of the Crookston
Lumber company of this city, who
has been working in the vicinity of
Nebish, was here Wednesday and left
Thursday for Blackduck, where he
will spend several days in the inter
est of the company.
Persons troubled with partial
paralysis are often very much bene
fited by massaging the affected parts
thoroughly when applying Chamber
lain's Liniment. This liniment also
relieves rheumatic pains. For sale
by Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Rustvold and
children, of Nebish, left for Chicago
on a combined business and pleasure
trip. Mr. Rustvold recently resigned
as postmaster at Nebish. He also
quit the store business at that place,
but expects to start in business again
when he returns.
If your children are subject to at
tacks of croup, watch for the first
symptom, hoarseness. Give Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy as soon as
the child becomes hoarse and the at
tack may be warded off. For sale
by Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
Byron Russell will continue the
business of the Bemidji Collection
Agency formerly operated by Ryan
and Russell. Wesley McTaggart
will succeed Maurice Ryan who is
now employed as time keeper in the
Welsh camp. The firm will continue
Marvel of the Twentieth Century
Cones to Ai Suffering Humanity
WHY NOT GET WELL?
Or. Lawrence M. Isgrigg is perma
nently located at Bemidji, and ii
able to do in the Healing lane
what many doctors cannot do,
his methods of healing the
sick are entirely different
from anything used or
practiced byany oth
er Doctor in the
Dr. Isgrigg practices the famous
Weltmer system of Suggestive Ther
apeutics which is positive, sure, and
permanent in its results when prop
erly applied to a diseased body. He
easily succeeds where the average
medical man fails. Diseases pro
nounced hopelessly incurable by the
Old School practitioner readily yield
to this common sense treatment,
and if you have tried every
thing recommended or prescribed
by your family physician with
out being benefited or obtaining the
desired results, call and Dr. Isgrigg
will cure you of chronic stomach,
liver or kidney trouble rheumatism,
constipation, paralysis, consumption
or female^Sgtrouble 4 /diseases of
the eye, epilepsy, asthma, cancer,
eosema, nervousness or -any organic
weakness, la fact most chronic dis
eases. Offices 411 Minnesota ave
ont 8 doors north of City hall^-Adv,
to occupy the old office over the
Murphy furniture store.
Anna Golz, the eight months Told
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Golz,
of Bemidji, died Wednesday evening
at 6:30. Death was caused by in
flammation of the bowels. The fun
eral will be held Sunday in the Bap
tist church, at two o'clock, conducted
by the German Lutheran minister,
Reverend'Brewer. The pall bearers at
the funeral Sunday afternoon will be
Myrtle Smith, Leona Smith, Florence
Kraus and Anna Golz.
'Here Is a remedy that will cure
your cold. Why waste time and mo
ney experimenting when you can get
a preparation that has won a world
wide reputation by its cures for this
disease and can always be depended
upon? It is known everywhere as
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and
is a medicine of real merit. For sale
by*Barker's Drug Store.Adv.
Arthur O'Leary entertained sever
al of his friends at a birthday party
Friday afternoon.. This, was his
twelfth birthday.' The following
guests were-included: Vera Demp
sey, Verna Barker, Minnie Ander
son, Josephine Parker, Margaret
Klein, Margaret Symons, Murel Mc
Gee, and Harrison Bailey, Russell
Smith, Eben Bowser, Earl Cochran,
Roy Deval, Ralph Markham, Joe
Wolf, Walter Barker, Ray Murphy,
Claude Malzahn, Johnnie Koors, and
Lawrence. Harvey. After the six
o'clock dinner, they all- went to the
Majestice theatre and enjoyed the
The following. people enjoyed a
sleigh ride out to the poor farm on
Thursday evening: Mr. and Mrs.
Berglund, Mesdames Elmer Johnson,
Ole Anderson, J. M. Brown, O.
Christianson, Rhude, A. Smith, John
Moberg, Tustman, T. W. Bodeen,
Veum, Misses Brevig, Annie Ander
son, Alicp and Ellen Earos, Ellen
Erickson, Thora Lundquist, Elsie An
derson, Julia Brennan, Gena West-
Is an #fffj story of a band of tea cost wreckers who put out beacon
lights so ehips.would be wrecked on the rocks and they'might plunder
|i them. %x%r
jt Happeneiri,Thu\|,^^^i^f^ f
Is a ViOtor story of a bank failure which, wrecks the life of a
young man. V-^
Illustrated Song:. Vt/'i V- Vr
Maid of Old Madrid
Sung by Mrs. Pfeiffer
Is an imp story Of a foreign spy who gets in many tigbtplaces.
Notice to Water Consumers
Do not forget Monday, the twen
tieth day of January. George Kirk.
TO OJJMB JL OOXJ XST OHS AT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab
lets. Druggists refundmon ey If it fails
to cure. B. W. GROVE'S signature is on
each, box. 26c.
It is often the case when building
Are in the smokehouse that the Are
will burn up too high and catch the
meat* sometimes the flames catching
the house, and as a consequence build
ings may be destroyed. Oftentimes
the heat is such that the meat is par
tially cooked or heated to such an ex*
tent that it sweats and soon loses its
flavor, becoming strong and unfit for
table use. This may be all overcome
by the use of an old stove, one that
Is hardly fit for use in the house for
heating purposes. Make a hole that
will accommodate the size of pipe you
happen to have near the floor of the
meat house set the stove five or six
feet from the house that there may be
used three joints of pipe. This will
permit the smoke to cool sufficiently,
which will give the meat, a fine flavor.
It would be better to spend $2 or $S
for a stove than to run a great risk in
building a fire in the smokehouse.
The finger marks on a door can be
removed by a clean? flannel cloth
dipped in kerosene oil afterward wipe
with a cloth wrung outiiof hot water in
order to take the smell away.
Dingy toWels may frequently be re
stored to normal whiteness by putting
in kettle of cold water, adding white
soap shavings and lemon juice, and let
ting come slowly to a boil. Rinse in
tepid water, then blue water, and hang
In the sun.
Tf'Daya of '49
FO SALE AT
An exciting picture
berg, Esther Bodeen, Hilda Bodeen,
Selma Quarno, Myrtle Johnson and
Messrs. Lawrence ,Johnson, R. Edd,
Bangs, and Louie Brown. The party
enjoyed a lunch served to them at
the poor farm.
tllumtfmtod Song ^$^mm
Lf .v "That Loving Gat ot Mlmo"
"v A picture that is highly
the President and
One cup of flour sifted seven times,
three heaping tablespoons of corn
starch, sift four times, one cup of
sugar, sift four times. Cream scant
half cup butter, with sugar and.
cornstarch. Beat in one at a time
whites of six eggs, one-fourth cup of
milk, one-half teaspoon almond flavor,
flour to thicken, one and one-half tea
spoons of baking powder. Beat until
it looks like a mass of whipped cream.
Put in a pan lined with buttered paper
and bake 45 minutes in a moderate
oven. This recipe is! original. It is
the way I made my little girl's birth
day-cake. It was delicious and fine
grained. When it was cool I put on a
nice coating of chocolate frosting.
After that gets hard put on a thick
coat of white and cover it thickly with
cocoanut. Put in two little candles*
one pink, one white. i^.
I will have another carload of Horses^here^ Saturday,^
January 18r 1913, This carload consists jpf drivers^
/l# ^faroTchunks^nd good big loggers
jE^ei Hope Gu^ante^M Sol
"When Pormlmtaoy and Obmtlnaoy
MW^' S M0O**$' (Vitagraph)
%k~iri~^t you want to see a real good picture come and see this one. It fea-
tures Miss Florence Turner and Maurice Costello.
"Tho Lmtoot Addition to tho V.S. Navy9'
A tremendously clever hit of comedy ?k:.
m^OOMMtat Noxt Monday mnd Tuomdmy,
TAMERS REVENGE." A two roBl muSmot
Use very little bluing in washing
laces, for the laoe absorbs a great deal
To smooth an iron, plunge it while
hot into cold water with a little soap
A roast of veal will be greatly im
proved if larded this prevents it be*
ing dry and tasteless when cooked.
Never try to clean yokes, collars or
cuffs while sewed on the gown. Such
things should always be made detach
To remove the leather stains from
light colored stockings, put a couple
of tablespoonfuls of borax In the wa
iter in which they are washed.
To clean ribbons sponge with alco
hol and over .the spot with some clean,
clean, white soap. During the process
the ribbon must be kept straight.
When clean rinse, in alcohol and place]
between two towelB. Press out with
a hot iron.
In the directions for washing white
ilk sugar is recommended also. The
Bilk should be washed in warm, not
hot, water, with pure castile soap, then
rinsed thoroughly in water to which
has been added a teaspoonful of granu
lated sugar. The silk garment should
be washed by itself.
and extreme expressive, showing
a v. M.
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Palm Boom. Men's Grill, Oolonlil Buffet:
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Ballroom, banouet rooms and private
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A foimer student writes: K.
You will be pleased to hear that I
am again working for J. B. Long &
Co., at a salary of $165 per month.
I owe it all to you Mr. Millard and
have you to thank for my success.
MRS. A. M. KEIFER,
Great Falls,. Montana.
ITS THE SCHOOL FOR YOU.
RAILEOAD TIME CB&B~
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Mllea Block Telephone 660
ATTORNEY AT LAW
office second floor O'Leary-Bowser Blda
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PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OB. A. SHANNON, M. 2).
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office In Mayo Block
Phone 896 Kes. 'Phone 88?
0. C. E. SANB0EN
I'll YSIOIAN AND SURGEON
DE. A. E. HENDEES0N
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
over First National bank. Bemidji. Minn
Office 'Phone 36, Residence 'Phone 78
OB. E. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
0&. E. H. MAECUM
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mayo Block
Phon* 18 Residence Phone 211
EINEB W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over Security Bank
JB. D. L. STANTON
Office In Winter Block
OB. J. T. TU0MY
Hirst National Bank Bldg.
DE. G. M. PALMEE
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