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HE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
BNTBRBD AS SECOND CLASS MAT
TUB AT THB POSl'OFPICB AT BE
M1DJI, MINN., UNDER THE ACT OP
MARCH I l|7t.
III the City of Btmidji the papers are
aallvwed bj^carrlir tfbaw, t*t deliv
ery i trresnna^pjttfe jaajie immediate
complainte ftk
t^l^ioerlilionr 81*.
Outorof tow^ttftjplbera 3l-confer jf-
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oneSRfS,,,.._M
*hen-they do
not set 4helr#apeni prftMptlyv
Eveir aubkcriber^oTtie ISally Pioneer
will receive *otlo*--about ten- days be
fore hie time expire*, fftplns him an
opportunity to make an "advanee pay
ment before the-iMtperle'finally-stopped.
f^ifexlptlon Xatee...
One1
n^hth-Dy carrier.1
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Oa# jrear, by .jeajSier,..:..,,,.,..,.. .-..."4.00
Three .months^ Pfgwpei
'MVffMl'.vvo^.' 100-
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wntainln*! a ummary
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t*a2 kddreaifor sfcft!
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itase paid
vanes.
PubUahed every Afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemldji Pioneer Puftlshing
company. SVaLOABS)0*.
aaxsvaeiter
Municipal Judge.
With' W candidates tor judge of
municipal court, the average voter is
going to find himself-wondering how
hei'sto ttidow which man is the best
fitted for the position. Fortunately,
all of the candidates have had some
training and practice in the law.
The municipal court, or'police
court as it is better known, has
jurisdiction over such cases as asmtis
sault and battery, disturbing the
peace, resisting an officer, failure to
obey city ordinances, etc. The
principal qualifications needed in a
police judge are a knowledge of law
and court procedure, sympathy for
the unfortunate and patience.
The problem which confronts the
voter, then, is to seek out the qualifi
cations of each candidate, measure
him by the needs of the office, and
vote accordingly.
Ito the Good of The People.
Among-the- bills -now before the
'legislature*'6ne id more distinctly
for the" good of the -people than the
.Dunn road measure,- Increasing the
estate levy to one mill and incidental
ly relieving St. Louis county of thePaul
hindrance impbse'd"by the old law
limiting this county's levy to one
quarter of one mill.
The advantages of good roads have
'been held up to public view so often
that the subject is much frayed about
the edges. But for all that it is-a
live one, particularly in ^localities
such as this county presents.
Within the last few years the sub
ject has been handled not only as a
theory, but in actual practice, and it
is possible now to go 'into places
where road improvements have, been
made on an extended scale, and com
pare results with conditions that ex
isted before the improvements were
made.
In several places in our own state,
within recent months, reports have
been made on the effect of road im
provement, and in every one of them
It has been demonstrated that the
advantage in facilities for transpor
tation has brought more trade to
commercial, line, and been a saving
to farmers and others who use the
highways. Such a result is inevit
able, for a man with produce to sell
or who is seeking to -buy something
will drive to a place ten miles away,
it the roads are good, rather than td
a locality only six miles away if the
roads are bad. And he can make the
longer trip with less loss of time and
less wear and tear on his team and
wagon than he could, the shorter one
Everybody uses the roads/ or at
least uses articles that have -to be
transportated over them, and any
thing that helps to bring better high
ways means just that-much gain for
the people.Duluth Herald.
Unfair. Burden 6ii the State
Governor Bbernart says there are
many persona confined, in tihe insane
asylums of the state who*areriot-In
sane.
P. M. Riirgdai of the board of
control says that. there aire probably
200 inmates.in every ..state...insane
hospital who could easily be cared
for at home.
Relatives, who do'- hot
care to* be
troubled' with aged persons who^haye
become, childish, find the asylum, a
happy way--out -of their difficulty.
The boaTd -of control, ttf correct this,
has urged therpassage of'a "law com*
pettingcounties to pay for the'ca^e
of .the insane, the counties being' al
lowed to collect:. from relative*^of
patients when1
duch relatives areabl
to pay. This would no doubt result
in stopping the practice, complained
of to...some extent.. Governor,. Jgber
hart believes that, the-apparent- in-
crease in insanity is due to this vety
common"' practice/
The asylums' are crowded" beyond~
capacity and conditions are.f^fronju
what they should be. To the*?e3fr
age oWisen It also occurs thai there
mtast^e onieth*ing at fauft^^fn^
jectioh system wl
^..(,U?-A*K
the existence of such a system.
It ought to be possible to secure
'such medical examination as would
keep out of the asylums all persons
not belonging there.
The tremendous expense of caring
for the insane is a big burden on the
taxpayer. It is cheerfully borne, for
the citizen' has ar
35c Sanitaryi Dusters
For 5c O Saturday
1 eb.Jl5th
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YOUR MONEY BAOK If YOif WANT IT
316-318 MINNESOTA AVt\
feeling of extreme
pity for the sad cases of those un
fortunates who are no longer able to
commingle, at large with their fel
low humans.. But this burden ought
hot to be increased by the addition
of hundreds upon hundreds of pat
ients who should be kept at home.
If the relatives were held to strict
accountabiiiity, and made to foot the
bills there would be a noticeable Im
provement in the situation.St.
Dispatch.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
(Inserted by Hiram A. Simons, Be
mldji, Minn. Amount Paid, $10.00.)
HIRAM A. SIMONS.
.Presents himself as a Non-Partisan
candidate for Judge of the Municipal
Court of this City to be voted for at
the coming City Election to be held
on the 18th day of February, 1913.
On the 25th day of September/
1911, he was appointed by Governor
Eberhart to succeed the late Hon. H.
W. Bailey, as Judge of the Municipal
Court in this City, and haB held the
office'since that time, and he feels
that his administration of the affairs
of the office justifies him in asking
the voters of this city to endorse that
administration at the coming
elecrespectfully
tion.
We are Jobbers
of
PIN TICKETS aad
OUMMBD LABELS
Mo heed to end outitde of
Beatidjl for them.
Tk%
Pioneer Supply Store
Can SOTO Too Money
BEMIDJI H0HEER PUB. 00.
Do you want
THE BEST GROCERIES
found In Bemldji
Come rlfht hers and gat
them, at we pride ourselvei
on havtsf only the beat
money- eaa buy.
OTTO G. SCHWANDT
Bemldji1 ^^Minneeota,
MoOUAIG
GENERAL MERCHANDISB
Dry Qeode. Saoea, Orooarlea
tad Provielooa.
Third St. Bamldji
We strive to eell.
THAT'S NATURAL.
*3ut weiUlve harder to
THAT'S 8BRVI
Oourteoua attention
wo* over many Jewelry
toman to us.
*k Geone T.
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made from glazed rope
mdjhilla and_ are not.
*r ordinary trseue, neper.
They will outwear
They are guaranteed to last-lor one year.
Be sure to get oneormere of these dusters.
Remember the date. i -$' *?1
Cash only and at store. ft Ik
GIVEN HARDWARE CO.
-Dusters costing one
dollar or more.
Dust ceiifoegathered on them endreaeMy'etaken off.
They will not scratch the finest fucni^ire.
Are just right for dusting in cornet^shelves around heat-
ing registers.
A
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
Xor Tip* Series, $10.
I hereby tan^ounce that 1 am a cuu
didate loir outtge of the Municipal
Court of this City, which office Is to
be filled at th coming city election
and I respectfully solicit the support
of the ,'4tlsens of. Bemldji.
HERBERT J. LOUD.
PAID ADVERTISEMENT.
For This' Series, $10.00
1 hereby announce:that I am a
candidate for the office of judge of
the municipal court of the city of
Beiqidji, at the coming city election
to he held in and lor said city on the
18th day of February, 1913.
I respectfully solicit the support
oi the people of-'BemlaJi.
JOHN L. BROWN.
PAID ADVERTI&BMENT.
For This Series, $10.00
I herefcjy announce 'that I am a
candidate^torsite office1
of judge~ of
the municipal court of the city of
Bemldji, at the coming city election
to be held on the 18th day of Fete
raaryvl3i3. v'i
I respectfully solicit the support
of the voters of Bemldji.
JOHN F. GIBBONS.
PAID IDV^EETISEMENT^
Paid |5.O0 for Series.
^imWOTGEMPBNT^
I hereby announce myself as a. can
didate for alderman of the First ward
for re-election to be voted upon at
the regular election held~in the city
of Bemldji ^Tuesday, February 18. .1
solicit your support.
JOHN MOBERO.
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HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS
and FARJfc IMPLEMENTS
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of
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O.E. BATTLES
TIM Hardware Herobasit
Bemldji. Minn.
tVfullrlf aad'systiaJ.
caUy. It you Toeaiva yout-pay
weekly, lay eosae^aaiilf each
wee^Muwmthiyo^itinonth-
ly. Tha dollars will pile up.*
surprhrtntly.
a. mrjni i
Now ia the time to. open a
baa* aeeount with the
n0TO|TraATE JBAEX
THE BEMIDJI BAM P10WEI
w,
a
Thcte Dusters are
TJL
Every man, woman and child in 'the
1 Northwest uvei money becautp of the
physical situation of Duluth. Here is a
port 300 miles farther inland than any
other deep water highway in the world.
Through Duluth's great port nwrchan*
dise-tea,coffec flour, sugar, coal, clothing,
dry -goods, etc.is brought 300 miles-far
ther (a by water, -and every mile means a
saving of hundred*of dollars on freight.
Didou knovt that? Do you know that
Duluth is the greatest iron center o( the
world that ithas a-new U. S. Steel Corpora
tion plant that cost $20j000,000.00 that it
is tha greatest agricultural center of the
Northwest that it is.the^hub of 15 rail
roads runninginto 40.000"miles of the
richest farming country
known that it has a
population* of'
100,000 pros,
jrerous people
andan invested
a
The Great ffintvtfLfa&^/Mwerst^\
i
R0EAHDMAEIUE
THEY BEAT."
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Fourth
etreot,'Besai4Jl*.
Pho ne tOff.
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0HFAB3CIAED1.
JSHH G. ZIEGLEE,
ODD TELLOWf BUILMHG.
OUB
merchandise sales are always
on the Increase and each
month has been better than
thereat. If you are not al
ready a-customer,-TOttA.no
know how well we can please
you. In Quality -and satisfy
yousin quantity. nj^l
tfe^fl. IfflBallHDI^
4rea1ti^ofocrS^Oe$OSO^S02tlOti thain i
bank clearjngs it ranks right along with the
largest ciUesfthatifii on* ol4h iiealthieat
cities in the world that it is a place where
-you can both make and money.
Boost Duluth! That's what it's uptoyou
to do. Boost Dduthao,fl*erybodyl AMrit*
to your relatives and friends about Duluth.
Tell-the thaUyour Northwest haacity
-Wcnerthan NewYork and moreIlMaole than
X^(oiraia.scainstfuvdwktt other cities) of^
equal size. Write yourJriends to visit Du-.
It^and^hW-'MoVrhwest.^liet them ice for
themselves the wonderful natural^beauty,
thehondsomehomes,' the country duns,
parks, theatresnd4he.nnelotels dCeme
to Duluth yourself Bring your family with
ijrou. S60 thearrat.Port'boatjc that bxnjgin i
your coffee, tea, flour and sugar. Take a
t'h4roiviore-mlnes^the'reates
-the- world. See Duluth's new steel, plant.
-Lewu'Duhith frbra anwrperience 6f your
own.
There tottl be more of these-JUnV-*f*Ws aeoul Duraln.
.Whtchfor them. You wUlfindthemmteretHngandwafuaott.
"The truth about Duluth too good to keep. Be a Boosterl
The Duluth Commercial Club
jxrcl
You'll get ^iirsMf-'^
an early order. Every day adds
to the already unprecedented de
mand for Ford cars. In spite of
the greatly enlarged production
late buyers are almost sore toilbe
disappointed. Get yonrs today.
"Everybody ii drivinf a Ford''more than 200,-
000 in service. New pricesrmaaboot $525
touring car $600town car $800witt all eoaip
oient, f. 0. b. Detroit. Get particilart from
Northern Auto Co., Phone 474, or from Detroit
factory.
FOR .GOOD THIN GS TO BAT
r GO TO
v^-,.
READ THE PiONEER WANT ADS
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 wiligiveyou the best value for your money.
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til Amerioa ATSAUS
Otieehoaell*
Alt kinds of tralldinc ma
terlairaannieh ov aslttUe as
you like atlk
JT. HITiHilRE RETAIL LITE*
BEE C0MPA1Y.
Coal and wood also for sale
^Minnesota Av# and Ri S
etlftotitokitomieiet sis^rsslsrtr'arsi srarst^srsr sr
BEMIDJI ifUsBO H013IE
il4 MiaaesoU ATS.. Bsmldjl
Wholesale sad retail Pla
aos. Orsaas and Sewias
Maehlaea.
+&~*?1 PhonaMl.
J. BISIAR, MANAGER.
s&i'i-** lit',
^/!FtZ#*ir*i%yxZ?
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IWaOGsstT
Dray and Traasfsr
SAFE AND PIANO MOVING
BEyiDJi
FURNITURE
J. f. LAER
Furniture, Rugs and Stoves,
Updertaklng.
Phone oall 178-2.
1
STANDARD OF THE WORLD
In the marketing of its product, the Cadillac Company adheres in
'-the .Veatest possible degree to certain-well Jdeftned principle*., 'I-
The Cadillac is anhonestly conBtrat^d^car^sOldat-an honest price,
a price which gives to the user the greatest real value obtainable
in a motor car. Its list price is its selling price, a price which af-
fords but a legitimate margin of profit to the maker and to the dis-
tributor.
The Cadillac Company is in a pesition to choose its distributors.
In doing so its aim is to exercise the saire discrimination as in
selectingthe materials whic enter into its product. In choosing its
distnbutors.as in choosingits materials, it has in mind the interests
sand' welfare of Cadillac\users because it knows that upon the
^service and satisfaction rendered to those users depends the future
of the3adiUa car.
Thexainn of the Cadillac Company is that its distributing organiza-
'/tion shall be composed of business houses which are a credit to
themselves, a credit to the Cadillac Company and a credit to
the Cadiiliccar, houses that realize and act upon the realization
that iit the sale of a car their duty to the purchaser instead of being
finished has only begun.
In following these standards, the Cadiilic Company believes that it
.can-say to the purchaser that he will find back of the Cadillac car
a **service" which is not equaled in the motoring world.
Five Passenger Touring Car. Price $1175
NORTHERN AUTO CO.
Phone 474
BREWING
32S Minnesota Ar.
BABEXR*I DBVG
JEWELSY STORE
9
Wholesalers and Retailers
Service and satisfaction. Mail
Orders given that same oer
rice -you.get in person.
BARKER'S
Third S Bemldji, Minn.
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GUENTHER ft UEHLH0 RH
Builders
Contractors and
Phones 4*1, 87.
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FRIDAY, FEBBVAXt 1CW13.
THE. TASTE TELLS
Subscribe lor The Pioneer
AVOID SPBOULATiON
Invest In Land
At only $10.00 per acre
You have the ehoioe of IS all
Joining 40's.
The land Is easUy cleared aad
is pntdoally sloping, exospt
about 80 a^es of rolllag land
around a small lake. Good
graded roads to Turtle Ritei
8tation.
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