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The Weekly Moneer.
Eight pages, containing a summary
of the news of the week. Published
very Thursday and sent postage paid
to any address for |1.50 In advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
lay by the Bemidji Pioneer Publishing
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XABOX.S J. D4JTS, Bdltor.
Rolan W. Reed Pictures.
Bemidji people have .a rare privil
ege in the oportunity of seeing the
collection of Indian pictures which
have been taken by Roland W .Reed,
a former Bemidji business man. Only
in two or three cities of the United
States have these pictures been
shown and it is hardly possible that
Bemidji people will have another
view in many years.
Mr. Reed's pictures speak for them
selves. Every one illustrates some
phase in the life of the Ojibwaysor
Chippewas as they are more common
ly knownand the South Piegans of
Montana, who now live on the Black
foot reservation. One does not.need
a lecturer to understand them. With
marvelous skill, Mr. Reed has caught
with the camera scenes and charac
ters of which artists have dreamed
and never been able to put on can
One thing the pictures do not tell
that is the story of how they were
taken. Thew winter scenes do
show the photographer standing in
the bame storm in which the Indians
are huddled in their lodges nor does
it shew him fighting mosquitoes
while i rying to get a true picture of
an Indian fishing with an old time
spear. Mr. Reed has pictures which
cost him hundreds of dollars in time
The story of the American Indian
is one of the most fascinating of any
people in history. The red man
who at no time probably numbered
more than 1,000,000was once in
control of this country but is now
rapidly becoming a.thing of the past.
it is Mr. Reed's object to get with the
camera scenes illustrative of differ
ent phases in their life and persons
who are truly representative of type.
Within the next year he will finish
the Ojibways and Piegans and move
to Los Angeles where he will com
mence his study of the Indians of the
Mr. Reed's pictures are complete in
composition and workmanship. One
cannot admire the pictures without
appreciating the mechanical skill
with which the negatives were devel
oped and the prints made. Those who
are interested in either photography*
the American Indian or local scenes,
should see Mr. Reed's exhibit. It is
the opportunity of a lifetime.
One More Chimney Fire.
Bemidji has had one more chimney
fire. The kitchen of the P. W. Rath
bun.home was gutted Saturday night
by a fire starting from a defective,
chimney. Too much caution cannot
be exercised with stoves and chim
neys. Look after that chimney and
stove connection at once.
Nelson Needs a Room.
wA. E. Nelson, agricultural man at
the High school, says that he needs
some sort of a ground floor office in'
which he can meet and talk to the
farmers who are constantly seeking
his advice. To date they have been
talking to Mr. Nelson wherever he
can be found and on occasions have
trailed him from the school to his
home and then down,town from store
to store. ..:V,. _, r^t,,'
It is good for Bemidji to have a
man here to whom.the farmers can
and do look for advice and encour
agement. yBut the efficiency of the
man is greatly decreased when there
is no place in which he and the farm
ers can get together. For some reas
on or other, a farmer will not go to
the Commercial club rooms nor to the
third story of the High school to
look for Mr. Nelson. Neither is it
feasible for Mr. Nelson to have a desk
in some office.
A contractor has estimated that for
$250 a one-room office can be added
to the building. Such a room would
give Mr. Nelson space for his desk
and files and would also be conven
ient enough for all farmers who have
business with him. Mr. Nelson^is
handling a larger number of inquir-|
ford to have farmers come' here for
help and then not get it because they
unable to find the one man who
can give it to them.
Great Joy is written on }ier face,
A happiness that knows no bounds
She hopes to trip with girlish grace
Because she's lost eleven pounds.
"Did^your invitation develop
"Yes," replied the .inquisitor "we
have every reason to believe that the
answers given to our opening ques
tions as to the name, business and
residence of the star witness were
complete and absolutely accurate."
"What kind of a man is Squire Sim
"Well, I'll tell you. You've seen
them snow storms along airly in the
winter, when there's a good deal of
wind, but not much sleighing? That's
the sort he is."Judge.
MRS. HOWARD WAGNER
Writes Personal Letter to Her Drug
gist About a Bad Cough.
Mrs. Howard Wagner of Milton,
writes her druggist as follows:
"For two months I suffered from a
bad cold, from which I could get no
relief, then I began to cough and
would cough until midnight every
night. I consulted a doctor and took,
two kinds of medicine, but without
benefit. One day seeing Vinol, your
cod liver and iron medicine adver
tised in my paper, I sent for a bottle.
After taking it the second day I did
not cough so much and felt stronger,
and at the end of a week I could go to
bed and sleep without coughing once.
I have now taken in all six bottles,
and I never felt better in my life. I
have a fine appetite and have gained
twelve pounds. As Vinol has helped
me so much, I want others to know
The curative and strengthening
properties of Vinol built up Mrs.
Wagner's health and her cough dis
appeared as a natural result.
We guarantee that Vinol will do
all we claim and will pay back your
money if Vinol does not satisfy you.
Barker's Drug Store, Bemidji, Minn.
-k Today pictures mads from
the films you send la this
Enlarging, Framing, Copying.
Do you want
THE BEST GROCERIES
found in Bemidji
Come right here and get
them, as we pride ourselves
on having only the best
money can buy.
SCHWANDT ft KAJUN
Dry Goods, Shoes, Orocerles
and Provisions. H%z..
Third St Bemidji #4*
*-~t We strive to sell. rr
[lT vTHAT'S NATURAL^
Rat we strive harder to please. _!.
*^V- THAT'S SERVICE, *W
.-WHAT MUZZLED PITeVftX
The clergyman of a small town had
a fine -orchard and one night It was
robbed, the only clue left being the
robber's floger-prlnt on an overripe
peach. The minister^ had an. enor
mous pbotographlc^enlargement of,
fthe finger-print made and, ^f/lth
won over many Jewelry cus- **:f BAmr
tomers to ufe~$* ,-*4 MM -^$-WC+
mi* ^^^-'^fog, k? -~*^4t^'Oufima
#gj George T. Baker A Co.^1 +& an of thw bank.
**.e4i.the aa ha
"Pete," he said, "someone,
my orchard last night"
Pete guJped^eirouBly ^ls,that so,
sir?" he said.
"Yes, Pete, -that's so,^*eplled the
minister .'toutit JtoieUefLhls^mark.
behind hin\and I, shall easily find
"Yes, sir.- said Pete, huskily.
Do-you see this, Petef* and
the ministers held up the huge en-
S\ lasgementofithe Sngei^prlnt.Plgff"
Pete made: a gesture of despair: "I
':y:|see theret no use denying- It,
parson," hesaid. "I done it. But
I sure would like to know where yon
got that Impression of .my corduroy
GIVING HER A POJNTE^-y^
Miss Heavyweight kes, I'd like to
be a goodl basketball player. Are
there any books you could recommend
that would, help me?
Mr. KnowingWell, before taking
It up you- might get some points on
"First Aid to the Injured."
Pay! Pay! Pay!
In~ vain we Jacks' kick "up a fuss
At garb worn by .our Jills
The only footwork asked of us
I that we foot the bills.
Wants Mulligan's Room.
A little Irishman in a state of great
excitement and deshabille ran...into
the lobby of the hotel.
"I want a room," ..he.-said, to the
clerk, "and I want it quick."
"What room do you want?" inquired
the clerk politely.
"I want 37."
"But 37 is already occupiedMulli
gan has that room."
"I know he has," responded the lit
tle Irishman. "I'm Mulligan, and I
just fell out of the window."Photo
An Old Annoyance.
The curtain rises, pleased we are .y,
To see the pjay begin.
But cannot hear the famous star
For- people trooping In.
"Josiah," said Mrs. Gottalotte "it
pays in the paper here that Shake*
"Does it? That must of been why
they had all the flags at halt-mast
the other day."
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and FARM IMPLEMENTS
The Hardware Merchant
X. Bemidji, Minn.
cally. If you receive your pay
weekly, lay som aside each
How is_the_tIme^to o^pen a
bank acoount^with the
Creamy Rice Pudding without Eggs.
One quart*of milk, one-half cup of
rice, eight level tablespoons of sugar,
two level tablespoons of butter, on*
teaspoon of vanilla and a little nut
meg or cinnamon. Bake in a modern
ate oven for one anyone-half or two,
houra#*tfor the first-hour stir every}
15 minutes to^stlr down the top aa
it fQjgnsHeUlngrlt brown for the last
hour^without stirring, when It will
be found .nice and creapiy and Is de
licious either hot or cold. A moderate
oven If Essential to success, however
for ifrpudding eooka too rapidly^and!
milk boils away it .will-dry, tbut if
perfectly .cooked the rice, grains, will
swollen and milk creamy, fgji'r-^i
__: lot This Series, $10.00
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 beheld 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."
A WOMAN'S BACK
The Advice of This Bemidji Woman
is of Certain Value.
Many a woman's back has many
aches and pains.
Oft times 'tis the kidneys' fault.
That's why Doan's Kidney Pills are:
$ Many tBemidJi women-know this.r
Read what one has to say about it.
Mrs. A. E., Hannah, 704 Mississip
pi avenue, Bemidji, Minn., says:,-
-'Some time ago 1 began to use Doan's,
Kidney Pills and the results were sat-,
isfactory. At that time I was suffer
ing severely from backache and my,
kidneys were not doing their work as
they shouia. A friend advised me to
take Doan's Kidney Pills and I got
some. They restored me to excellent
health." (Statement given October
A LATER ENDORSEMENT.
On March 19, 1912, Mrs. Hannah
was interviewed- and she said: "The
statement I have previously given
about Doan's Kidney Pills holds good.
When I havensed them I have always
received good results."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents-for the United
-Remember the nameDoan's-^-
and take no other.Adv.
FOR GOOD THINGS TO BAT -X
*'i EOI AjDA2XVira
i". k?-, If
107 Fourth street, Bsmldji.
.r 'f &
weak if monthlye do It month- ready a customer, you do not -f^
ly. The dollars will pile np know how well we can please
-merchandise sales are always
on the increase and each
month has been better than
the last. If you are not al-
yeu in quality
yon in quantity
not be mashed, but win be much t*nd^fa4ed*hair beautifull* dark-and
For This Series, $10. 4'.*,!,
I hereby, announce that i am a can
didate for judge of the Municipal
Court of this City, which office is to
be .filled at the coming city election,
and I respectfully solicit the support
oft the, cil!enB of Bemldjl.
HERBERT J. LOUD.
tc.^if *-45-^ V,-*
-arBewm ^^^T3llim l^j.,gij4R,,ifANAlR.g*
Common- garden- sage brewed into
a/b.eavy tea with sulphur and alco
hol added, then left to age and care
fully filtered will turn gray, streaked
luxuriant..removes every bit of^dand
ruff? s$opafscalp itching, iand&fnlling
hair. ^V^fv ^:f\ WPfa
Ju3t a few applications will prove
a revelation if your hair is lading,
gray or dry, scraggly and thin. Mix
ing the Sage Tea and Sulphur recipe
at home, though, is troublesome., An
easier way is to get the ready-to-use
tonic, costing about fifty cents a large
bottle at .drug stores,.known, as
It matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can it get for you at a price that will defy competition. Every merchant is
reliable and will give you the best value for your money.
UNLESS YOU TELL! NOBODY KNOWS YOU
USED SAGN TEA TO MIEN GRAY HAIR
"Wyeth's^Sage, and Sulphur ,Hair' years younger.Adv.
Otiee Phone 12 -k
I.JAH Jslnds of building ma
terial much or as little as -k
-k you like at the
8T..BHAHLE EETAIL LUM-
-k Coal and wood also for sale
Minnesota Ave. and R. R. S.
614 Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
Wholesale and retail Pia-
*V M* *%^***iji %V #^r.
Drofigist Saystig&enUsed Wfih SnljN Remedy,^thu%avoiA1ng a lot of muss.
JBJS -f *f Somo u#glBt)MIia
mMAMTWKItMISMtVWmCO. WHtAmtfOOOAMOUWeS MTJUNt.2*W9*.
BEfij/oji BREWING GB
it isn't nearlfeso nloo as "Wyeth's
While^wispyy ray* faded hair is
not sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness/ By darkening your hair-with
Wyeth's Sage,and Sulphur no one can
tell, because it does it so naturally
so evenly^You-just-dainpen a sponge
or soft brush and draw It through
your hair, taking one small strand at
a time. Do this tonight and" by morn
ing all gray hairs have disappeared!
after an other application or two it
will be restored to its natural color
and be even more glossy, soft and
luxuriant than ever. !"-F
Local druggists say they are sell
ing lots of "Wyeth's Sage and Sul
phur it surely helps folks appear
This space reserved by the
Bemidji Townsite & Improvement Co.
Forfprice of lots, terms etc.,
INQUIRE OF T..C. BAILEY,
520 Capital Bank Building
k Dray and Transfer -k
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
Ret Phone 68 -k
818 America Avenue
& Improvement Co,
Furniture, Rugs and Stoves.
Phone call 178-2.
323 Minnesota Ave.
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mail
that samec ser-
-vice you get person
Third St. Bemidji, Minn.
BEMJDJI MUSIC HOUSE ^l
*f* ffinptp* dVMEHLHQEN
.Contractors and Builders
W* .j^^Phones 431, 8T.
^The store^that treau .you
_. ^_. House
hold-Neoesslties used every
day. Then oome to the store
t^kat sares yon^^money.
RanUls, BowfS fltilfttiti
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
s^ f, Property ^"Iv'
ft and O'Laary-Bawaar SMB.
KOBToaos roajiCo*Trms BAJJL
Default having- been made in th pay
ment of the sum of- Five Hundred Sev
which is claimed to be due ancT Is due
at the date of this notice upon a certain
Mortgage,, duly executed and delivered
by Andrew J. EUlingbo and Emily J.
Ellingbo, Mortgagors, to Henry M. Ham
ilton, Mortgagee, bearing, date
Jthe,l$thpowera day-of-December, lsoe^and with
of sale therein contained, duly recorded
In the^offtce of- the -Itegister- of Deeds in
and for 'the County of Beltrami and
State ofjjftinnesota, on.the 20th.day of
December' 1906, at 10 orclock
A M. in
Book 11 of Mortgages, on page S6S.
Which said Mortgage, together with
the debt secured thereby, was duly as
signed by said Henry M. Hamilton,
Mortgagee, to A. D. Stephens, by written
assignment dated the 18th day of De
cember 1912, and. recorded in, thstofllce
of said Register of Deeds on the 27th
day. of Djecember 1912,. at 9 .o'clock A.
M., in Book 22 of Mortgages on nags 82.
and no action, or proceeding havincboen
instituted, at law or otherwise, to re
cover the debt .secured, by said Moctgag*
or any part thereof.
NOW, THERBFPRB, .,NOTICE IS
HEREBY GIVEN. That by virtue of the
power of sale contained in^aaloL.Mort
gage, and pursuant to the statute in
such case made .and provided,, the..paid
Mortgage will be foreclosed by a sale of
the premises, .described- inland conveyed
by said Mortgage, viz:
The Southwest, quarter, of the..South
east quarter of Section Ten, and the
North*.half of the NoEtheast.quarean.and
the Southeast quarter of the Northeast
quarter of. Section Fifteen*, all in Town
ship One hundred fifty-three North,
Range. Thlrty-jone West,, containing .One
hundred sixty acres, more or less, ac
cording, to the Government, surrey, in
Beltrami County, and State of Minne
sota, with, the hereditaments and .appur
tenances which sale will be made by
the Sheriff of said. Beltrami County at
the front door of the Court House, in the
City. ofL.Bemidji in ..said Comity and
State on the 20th day of February 1918,
at 10 o'clock A~.M.r of.that day, at,pub
lic vendue, to the highest bidder for
cash, to. pay., said. debt, of Five hundred
seventy-seven 41-100 Dollars, and inter
est, and taxes, if any, on .said premises.
and Twenty-five Dollars, Attorney's fees
as stipulated in. and. by, said Mortgage
in case of foreclosure, and the disburse
jnents. allowed, by law. subject to. re
demption at any time within one year
from the day of sale* as provided by. law.
Dated January A. D. 1918.
A. D. STEPHENS.
Assignee of Mortgagee,
Fj. A., Grady,
AVOH) 8PECULATMN j
Invest in Land
At.only $10.00p acre
You aave the choice f 11 an
't^ Joining 40^.
The land IseasUydearad.and
about 80. acres ofrollingland
around a small lake. Good 5
graded roads t iWi.aii
WHOLESALE AND sURKAB*
'Si L. P. ECEJTEUM
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