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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
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will report when they do
48$* promptly,
baoftber to the Daily Pioneer
/e notice about ten daya be
time expires, giving him an
.-,-nit to make an advance pay
ment before the paper is finally stopped.
ubseripttoa Bate*.
One month by carrier .40
One Tear, by carrier 4.00
Three months, postage paid. 1.00
Blx months" postage paid. 2 0Q
One year, postagetnpaid............
Weekly Motteer.
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week. Publisheoo
summary
every ,Th5reda jm* sent postage Said
to any ejofaestf for tl.sTtn^2StiSor
except Sun
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CompMy Bmiaji
pioneer Publishing
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M*mOW J. SAVX, Bditor.
The. Egg Business.
At some trouble and expense,
Faran and Fireside has compiled
atatjstfcs which show that the in.
come to farmers of the United States
last yea* from poultry and eggs was
$750,0.00*000 and of that S35,00Q,r
000 was for eggs only. Just the hen
part of the farm business is bigger
than the Steel trust gross income for
last year, the gross income of the
Steel trust was $700,000,000.
Brotherhood.
Once, so runs the legend, there
lived in far Judean hills two affec
tionate brothers, tilling a common
farm together. One had a house and
..ouseful of children the other
was a lonely man.
One night in the harvest time, the
older brother said to his wife: "My
brother is a lonely man. I will go
out and move some of the sheaves
from my side of the field over on his,
so that when he sees them in the
morning his heart will be cheered by
the abundance." And he did.
That same night the other brother
said to his workmen: "My brother
has a houseful and many mouths to
fill. I am alone, and do not need all
this wealth. I will go and move
some of my sheaves over on his field,
so that he shall rejoice in the morn
ing when he sees how great is his
store." And he did. And they""did
it that night and the next, in the
sheltering dark. But on the third
night the moon came out as they
met face to face, each with his arms
filled with sheaves.
On that spot, says the legend, was
built the Temple of Jerusalem, for
it was esteemed that there earth
came nearest heaven.Jacob Riis in
the Outlook,
On Building a Silo.
The department of agriculture
has sent out a bulletin, which was
approved by Secretary Wilson, on
"How to Build a Stave and Cement
Silo." The bulletin declares that a
silo of ten feet in diameter is the
proper size tor a herd of twelve
cows. To determine the height,
the bulletin says to first determine
the number of tons the silo must
hold. Thirty or forty pounds of sil
age per day should be fed cows when
they are getting no -other green_ieed
and the number of tons fed per year
can be determined by the. length of
the season of feeding. A silo ten
feet in diameter and twenty feet high
will hold twenty-six tons, and pro:
vide silage for. nine cows.
A convenient heighth for a silo
above the foundation is twice the
diameter.. The silo should be located,
if possible, to open into the feed room
but if such an arrangement is im
practical, it should be connected
with the, barn by a covered passage
way. The best foundations are of
concrete and the inside of' the foun
dation should be at least two inches
nearer the center of the silo than the
inside of the silo walls. The thick
ness of the wall should vary from ten
to eighteen inches, depending on the
sie of the silo, kind of foundation
and ground on which it is .located.
Equal Suffrage will Win
On Saturday the British ministry
decided to withdraw the suffrage
bill which it had in the house of
commons as an amendment had been
offered to strike out the word "male"
and so have it include women. The
action of the ministry has aroused
the women to a storm of fury and
the world is looking to see a repeti
tion of the riots and disorders which
were prevalent last spring.
At the same time the English
women were seeing their hopes
dashed to defeat, the women of North
Dakota knew that their state senate
had defeated the equal suffrage bill
by one jrote. The North Dakota
women are .confident that they can
win over, enough votes to have the
measurepaesed before the end of the
present session.
Yesterday Minnesota women learn-]
^ffe
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We have just received a big carload of
At the Old Prices
UPER
IN
QUALITY
nriDn
AW
OPERATION
SJEStt
SUPERB UNIVERSAL
Coipe in and see these beauties.
top Superb Ranges do make the cook smile.
A guarantee bond with every range.
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
YOUR MONEY BAOK If YOU WANT IT
316-318 Winn. Ave. BEMIDJI, MINN. Phone 57
ed that an equal suffrage bill had
been lost in the senate by three votes.
Whether or not the Gopher women
will persist in their effort to have
a bill passed at this time is not
known now. At any rate, should a
bill pass both houses of the legisla-
1, A most perfect state of preservation.
ture, it can only call for an amend-,-.. *j""*'"*-
The discoverys was made by a mining
men'
and must be submitted to the
male voters of the state before a
change can be made.
Our own prediction,, and the close
vote in both states strengthens it, is
that the women will have equal suf
frage and that the time is not far.
off. Really, the only question de
cided by the senate vote yesterday
was that as far as the majority of
the senators are concerned, the men
of the state shall not have the op
portunity to vote on the question.
Place for Immature Art.
Do not proudly display the art
school efforts of your olive, branches
in a framed and glazed condition, un
less there be real merit in them, a
thing which, alas! only occurs once in
a hundred times, and this is putting
it mildly. Clara's study of "still life"
in oils and Fred's chalk drawing may
a source of much pride to their
parents when they are first brought
home, but it would be only kind to
place them with one's private treas
ures rather than let them form a
source of irritation to your friends and
relations and of misery to their per*
petrators in after years.
PIXJ2S CUBED IK 6 TO 14 DATS
onr druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case
of Itching, JBlind, Bleeding or Protruding
Piles in S to 14 days. 50c.
Ws are Jobbers
of
PIN TICKETS
and
GUMMED LABELS
Ho need to send outside of
Bemidji for them.
The
Pioneer Supply Store
Can Save Tou Money
BEMIDJI HONEEfi PUB. GO.
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. i
SCHWANDT & MARIN
Bemid$
me,0t
a Ave.
Minnesota,
MoCTJAIO
GENERAL MERCHANDISE-
Dry Goods, Shoes, Groceries
and Provisions.
Third St. Bemidji
We strive to sell
THAT'S NATURAL. 1
But we strive harder to please.
THAT'S SERVICE.
Makers of all good
ranges have advanced
their prices on Jan.
1st.
We were fortunate
in getting our order
placed before the
raise, and we are go
ing to sell ranges at
the same old prices
until March 1st.
You who need a
range get busy.
Those polished
-Skeleton In Solid Rockk.
The skeleton of what was evidently
a human being has been found at
Wagon Wheel Gap, Col., forty feet
below the surface in a solid rock
formation. The skeleton, which ap
parently has been sealed in the rocks
for thousands of years, was in an al-
man who wa driving a shaft. Th
skeleton is small, but seems too
strongly built to be that of a child.
One Proper Form of Pride
Pride is one of the seven deadly
sins: but it cannot be the pride of a
mother in her children, for that is a
compound of two cardinal virtues
faith and hope.Charles Dickens.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For 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 on the 18th day of Febr
ruary, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the. support
of the voters of Bemidji.
JOHN F. GIBBONS.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For 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
lth day of February, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
of the people of Bemidji.
JOHN L. BROWN.
NORTHERN GROCERY
conT/jrr
WHOLESALE
GROCERS
Get Tour
HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS
and FARM IMPLEMENTS
C.E. BATTLES
The Hardware Merchant
Bemidji, Minn.
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Courteous attention has
won over many Jewelry ens- BANK
toners&*T
to us.
S $ S $ $
I SATE YOUR MONEYl $
Regularly and systematic
cally. If you receive your pay
weekly, lay some, aside!, each
week, if monthly do itmonth
ly. The dollars will pile up
surprisingly.
TRY IT.
Now Is the time to open a
bank account with the
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-V^fxJ* Our tocal merehants and
*2*H the omeers are theSJokhoIeV
iGeorge T. Baker ft CO.N ers of this teak.
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THE BEMIDJI SAIL? PIONEER
The government of Bengal, India,
has under consideration a bill to sup
press gambling on cotton and every
other form of gambling. The bill it
a very comprehensive one, and its ef
fect, if passed, will be to close not only
cotton gambling shops, but also big
belting establishments, in which buBl
ness is done on English and Indian
horse racing. These.and Mother types
or* gambling. shopsLhaveugrown alarm
ingly recently, and the bill now being
prepared alms at the total abolition of
any kind of gambling except betUng
on the- Calcutta race course on race
days.
New Idea for Saving Life.
Birmingham, England, has a new
ityle of life-saving apparatus for the
Bre department. Entrapped persons
Are rescued in a cage which is raised
and lowered to the windows of the
burning 'building.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT,
For This Series, $6.00.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
I hereby announce myself as an
independent candidate for re-election
as alderman or the Third ward, to be
yoted upon at the city election to be
held Feb. 18, 1913.
The support of the voters of the
Third ward is respectfully solicited.
The interest of of the ward and the
city in general will receive the best
of my attention If
electedBisiAR.
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PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For This, Series, $10.
I hereby announce that 1 am a can-7
diJate tor 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.
Bemidji Beads Them With Uncom-
mon Interest.
A Bemidji citizen tells his experi
ence in the following: statement No
better evidence than this can be had.
The truthful reports of friends, and
neighbors is the .best proof in the
world., Read and bo convinced.
A. J. Higgen, 29 Tfnth street. Be
midji, Minn., says: 'We have used
Doan's Kidney Pill? in the family
with the best of results I consider
them a valuable kidney medicine.
One of the younger members of my
family had a kidney weakness which
was annoying and caused much ex
tra work. I heard of Doan's kidney
Pills and got a box at Barker's Drug
Store. Their use gavo a permanent
cure."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the nameDoan's
and take no other.Adv
FOR GOOD THINGS TO BAT
v^GOjTO
ROE- ANB MARKHSEN
"THEY BEAT."
fh.f^o %r
207 Fourth street, Bemidji.
Phone 206.
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MONEY TO LOAN
mum
ON FARM LANDS.
JOHN 6, ZS0LER.
ODD FELLOWS BUILDING.
OUR
merchandise sales are always
on the increase and each
month has.been better than
the last. If you are not al
.ready a customer, you do not
know hew well we can please
you In Quality and satisfy
you in quantity/'
^^JMOIKBL BREAD
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Wrapped,in Wax.Paper.
Bottled Milk and .Cream.1
WHOLESALERS ^5,'tt,
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Pi"PPPPPiPi
Stock Champion
.1'.' .'J*J uJkigilliu 1 an.
It matters not where you reside or what you want, the merchants below can itget for you at a price that will-defy competition. Every merchant Is
reliable and will give you the best value for your money.
^m iKAT
Dray and Transfer
REMAPS HQME TREATMENT
SAFE AND PUNO MOVING
Res Phone 68
818 America Avenue
#Phe OK^INE^tfeatment forthe Ijrhik Habit can bo used with absolute con-
fidence. destroys a^J..desire, for wj^sky,, ^jieer or ^rther alcoholic stimulants.
Thousand^ h^e succesf^illy used it taM
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Offlee Phone 12
All kinds of building ma
terfaj as much or as little as
you like at the
ST. HILAMiE RETAIL LUM-
ubVBm COMPANY.
Coal and wood also for sale
Minnesota Ave. and R. R. 8.
BEMIDJI MUSIC HOUSE
A S14 Minnesota Ave., Bemidji
Wholesale and retail Pia*
nos, Organs and Sewing
Machines.
Phone 671.
J. 3181AR, MANAGER.
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MODEL MANUFACTURING
CUMPANY
Minnesota Avenue ^1*
BEMIDJI. MINN.
^THB/BIMM IR4D
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ALL STORES
--mi
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%ve ^been restored tQliver of sobriety
ana usefulness. Can be given secretly.
ORRINJ3 JB prepared in two forms: No. 1, secret treatment, a powder, ab-
solutely tasteless and odorless, given secretly in food or drink -ORRINE No. 2,
in "pill form, is for those y.h'o desire to take voluntary treatment.
If you fail to. get results *from ORRTNE after a trial your money will be
refunded. Costs only $1.00 per box. .Ask for fr^e booklet telling all about OR-
CITY DRWC $rOJtE Beltrami Ave.
International Champion-
One Safe"Way to
Buy a Car
TF you are undecided as to what motor car you want, write us at
once, as^wp wilLgladly, give you the names of National car owners
to whom you can write for positiveinformation.
We will, rest our.case.in the hands pf these private owners. This is
a safe way for youa way to get the viewpoint and experiences of the
man in your own positiont and certainly this is fair upon our part. In
fact, you owe it to yourself to, learn what private owners think of
National cars.
Write us today for as many owners'names as^you want. Ask us for
copy of our book "By Word of J|outh."
Long-strqke,motor (4J4x6), left-ride drive, center control. Gray St
Davu electric starter. Gray tk. Davis dynamo electric lighting
system, Qosch double, dual magneto,multiple jet carburetor, 12-incb
Turkish upholstery, tire' tramp 'integral part ,of motor, 128-inch
wheelbase, Hoffecker. speedometer, fullfloatingrear axle, concealed
baggage compartments, tire camera, full heavy nicke) trimmings,
powerful brakes, perfectoiHntsystem,'robe rail, foot rest, foot mat
in runningboard, concealed tool box, electric horn, top, curtains,
Truffauit-Hartford shock absorbers in rear, adjustable ventilating
and rain vision windshield. Fiva Models. $3,750 to 13,400.
National Motor Car Co.
IMstributota
441 St. Peter Street St. Paul, Minn.
Subscribe for The Pioneer
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FURNITURE
1. P. LAHR
Furniture, Rugs and stoves,
Undertaking.*
Phone call 178-2.
828 Minnesota Ave.
a BAREERt DRUG
JEWELRY STORE
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mall
Orders given that same ser
vice you get in person.
BARKER'S
Third S Bemidji, Minn.
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Btmilji, Minn.
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 99, 1913.
Fr MURPHY'
ftJNEHAL DIRECTOR
AND tlMBAlRpSR
Of*!- C*ltrsm Ave).
William C. 1 Klein
INSURANCE
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
Property
and 6, 0'Laryg)wr ftltf*.
err?djl
Bad Iiak* Indian BMarratloa.
Sealed proposals In duplicate, each
envelopeemarked .."Proposalrfor
Hed!
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THE GIVEN HARDWAWCO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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Timber.
Lak Reservation, wli be rlk^ve
at the office of the Superintendent of the
Red Lake Indian School, Red Lake Min
nesota, until 12 o'clock noon, central
time, Wednesday, February 19. 1913, for
the purchase of approximately,, 8j0,p0
feet of dead and down and fire-injured
pine timber on the Red Lake Indian
Reservation, Minnesota.
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This timber is upon Lots 1, 2. 3 and
4, Sec. 23: lots 1, 2, 3/ and 4, Se& 24.
township ISO north, range '35 west Lots
1, 2, 3 and 4, Sec. 19 lots 1,. 2, 3 and 4,
Sec. 20 lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, Sec. 21, town
ship 150 north, range 34 west. The tim
ber offered for sale consists of White
and Norway pine, approximately^two
thirds White pine and one-third. Nor
way. Only dead or fire-injured timber
will be sold. All of it of, goodj^uality
and accessible to a railroad or to" Red
Lake. The minimum prices which Will
be accepted are $4.0Pper M. feet fpr Nor
way' pine and $ET.5v per M. for White
pine. -6: timber
musty
quirements of his bid.
ject any and all bids.is,rejerved..j Fur
ther information as to. timber, and the
approved form of contract' may be 'ob-
tained upon request to the undersigned.
Red Lake, Minn., Jan. 1? TI3.
WALTER P..MGKBNS.
D.-120-219.
Pioneer Want Ads
1-2 Gent a Word
Bring Results
Ask theMan Who
Has Tried Then
AVOID SPECULATION ^r
Invest in Land
At only $10,00 per acre
Yon havejfy enol5^nu
JofaJhg 4u*a,
The land ^easily cleared and
is gradually sloping, exeeik
about 80 a^res of rokjingj S
aronnd a.amajl lake. 4*o*|
r*~-
be cjit
regulations prescribed the Secretarr.unde
of the: Interior. All timber must" be paid
for and cut prior to'June 1. 1914. Bidders'
must submit, with their bids, a certified
check for $400 on some solvent: "bank,
payable to the undersigned. .These
checks will be returned to the unsuc
cessful bidders, applied toward.the pay
ment of timber if bid is accepted and
retained as a forfeit if a bid Ts accepted
and bidder fails to.
complyewith
the re-
Th right to re
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