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title: 'The Bemidji daily pioneer. (Bemidji, Minn.) 1904-1971, May 26, 1916, Page 6, Image 6',
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ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Sathre Abstract Co. has a term
sell$10 down and $10
BItGSVIK, THE TAII0B
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS
KOORS BROTHERS CO.
Manufacturers and Jobbers
Ice Cream, Bakery Qoods, Confec
tionery, Cigars and Foun
SI6 Minn. Ave. N. W. Phone 126
BANKING AND SAVINGS
Save systematically. Make use of
our Savings Department. We wel-
SBCURITY STATE BANK
MICHELIN UNIVERSAL TREADS
and RED TUBES
are not high-priced! Just compare these
prices with those you hare been paying.
UNIVERSAL TREAD CASINGS
AND RED TUBES
C. W. JEWETT CO., Inc.
ONE QUALITY OHLY-THE BEST1
24.90 25.65 25.95 27.95
33.00 34.75 35.70 36.60
5.90 6.90 6.30
Alto made in soft bead cHacbsr
sue 31x4, price $22.25.
The Michelin Universal Tread combines all the advantages
of non-skids of both the raised-tread and suction-tread types.
Michelin Red Tubes retain their velvety softness indefinitely.
Used in combination, Michelin casings and tubes make the
most satisfactory tire equipment.
JUST THIS THAT'S ALL
Just everything you can think of in the way of gifts it's here and
it's rightly priced. Well worth your whileto look.
Our 4th one starts Wednesday morning, 8 o'clock, lasting eight days.
Special prices from every department of stock.
Watch for large advertisement and large circulars.
This sale meansMoney Saved!
Just everything and just right in puces that all.
FOR DECORATION DAY
Flags, Parasols, Cemetery vases, Hats, everything for the boy or girl and
of just everythingthat's allcome see.
Special prices Saturday on many items.
Carlson, The Variety Store Man
For Men, Women and Children
nav CLEANINI- MUL.-,^ ^^^M
Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Flour, Feed, etc. The
W. G. SCHROBDBR
Bemidji Phone 65.
For Boats, Bait and
CITY BOAT HOUSE
DRUGS AND JEWELRY
Wholesalers and Retailers.
Service and satisfaction. Mail
Orders given that same service you
get in person.
Third St. Bemidji, Minn.
Washington, May 26.America's
militant pacifists who, some unfriend
ly soul remarked, "intend to bring
about international peace if they
have- to- beat up the whole world to
do it," convened here today for their
first national convention, under the
banner of The League To Enforce
Peace, American section. Ex-Presi
dent Taft presided.
Mr. Taft begun-a series of speeches
this afternoon on national policies.
George Grafton Williams of Harvard
wiss discuss the Monroe Doctrine.
Entangling alliances will be dealt
with by Talcott Williams of Colum
bia. John Bates Clark of the Car
negie Peace organization will talk
about European conditions.
JUST A PLAIN
Pittsbugh, Kas., May 26.
Instead of decorating the
campus with the customary
fountain or statue, the Senior
class of the Crawford county
high school is building a
chicken house, a regular,
house to be remembered by.
The chicken house will be
used for poultry experimental
Wholesale and Retail
Pianos, Organs and Sewing
117 Third St. Bemidji.
J. BISIAR, Manager.
SUPPLIES FOR OFFICE
Typewriter ribbons, carbon paper,
typewriter paper, clips, paper
Get quantity prices.
PIONEER OFFICE STORE
Phone 31 Security Bank Bldg.
Photos Day and Night
N. L. HAKKERUP
Lasts a life time.
Plump chickens neatly dressed,
free from pinfeathers, with un
soiled skin and clean legs, bring
It is a mistake to use cloth,
straw or paper in packing poul
Of late years a good trade has
sprung up for late fall hatched
chicks to be marketed in early
spring before the real broilers
are-in the market.
The time to fight mites and
other things is before there are
any to fight.
If you breed from hens that
lay a robin's egg you will get
more of the robin kind of hens.
POULTRY TO RAISE
In these days of the high cost of liv
ing much baa been said about the hen
as an aid in solving the expense prob
lem, but there is another family ol
feathered bipeds that are profit mak
ers. Most breeds of ducks are hardy,
healthy and profitable poultry, says the
American Agriculturist. The ease with
which they are raised must make them
rank high in the poultry line. They
mature early and are prolific layers,
ranging from 100 to 150 eggs each dur
ing the season. The eggs are very large
and of a fine flavor. They command a
higher price a dozen than do those of
In one of the suburbs of Boston is a
small but steadily growing duck farm
the head of which is a woman. At
present she has a hundred ducks for
layers and breeders. There is a good
market for all the eggs produced both
for table use and hatching. She also
raises ducks for market and has a
steady demand for all she can produce.
As the ducks are nonsitters, the eggs
are hatched under hens and in incuba
tors, the period of incubation being
twenty-eight days. When the little
ducklings are hatched they are placed
The Roasn duck is a favorite in
Prance. Where it was bred for more
than a century. It is the largest
colored duck,, reaching as high as
twelve pounds, its lazy disposition
making it easy to fatten. It has a
Jong, deep, broad body, and its close
fibered flfeish is of fine flavor. The
bird pictured is a Rouen drake.
in brooders,.where they remain until
ready for the growing houses. The
young ducklings are very delicate, so
care must be taken to keep them warm,
and free from chills. The first three
weeks are the most critical. Once past
that age the ducklings can be-safely
counted upon for the market.
At six weeks the ducklings are placed
in the growing houses, where they are
pushed for market. The usual time for
marketing is when they are ten weeks
old, at which period they weigh four to
five pounds apiece. Occasionally one
will tip the scales at five and one-half
pounds. The best ducks are selected
for the next year's breeders and layers.
CLAPP FOR SENATOR
(Continued from Page 1)
States senators and ex-senators
members and ex-members of con
gress also ten most prominent men
in the business and financial world,
including the elder J. Pierpont Mor
gan, John D. Archbold, head of the
Standard Oil company, Thomas
Ryan, Ogden Mills, Chauncey M. De-county.
pew, W. R. Hearst, William Flinn,
Roger Sullivan, John D. Weeks, now
a presidential candidate, Postmaster
General Hitchcock and former Sec
retary of the Treasury Cortelyou, and
hundreds of other witnesses.
Even before the investigation
closed, Senator Clapp presented a bill
which provides that it should be un
lawful for anybody, person, firm,
'Committee or corporation, to send
money from one state to another for
campaign purposes, except for trav
eling and ordinary expenses of speak
ers, thus cutting out the large con
tributions which have in times gone
by been sent from New York City to
help carry "The Doubtful States."
This bill has passed the senate of the
United States. Another bill by Sena
tor Clapp forbids any senator or
member of the house to solicit cam
paign funds for himself or any polit
In the movement for the erection
of a government armor plate plant
and thus relieve the question of na
tional defense from the influence of
private gain, thereby releasing the
hold that the armor plate and the
steel trust have had on Uncle Sam
for years, Clapp has been active from
the start until the bill passed the
senate. It was his vote in the com
mittee on naval affairs that decided
the deadlock as between a govern
ment plant or allowing the trusts to
keep on, although after the bill pass
ed the armor plate people immediate
ly offered to sell their products to
the government at ?30 a ton less than
the price they have been receiving. I
Clapp has been active in reporting
out of committees the child labor
bill, the Spanish-American war
widows' bill, and is an ardent sup
porter of a civil service retirement
measure beginning with employes of
the U. S. postal service.
We need men like Senator Clapp
the country needs him.
TWO WOLF BOUNTIES
ISSUED AT COURT HOUSE
Two wolf bounties were 'issued
yesterday at the court house. Mar
tin E. Johnson of Buzzle and Alfred
T. Jones of Nebish each brought a
full grown wolf to the court house.
EIGHT JURORS ARE
CHOSEN IN 0RPET CASE
Waukegan, 111., May 26.Four
jurors were selected today from the
second panel in the case of Will Orpet
charged with murdering Marion Lam
bert. Eight jurors have now been
211 Fourth Street
Jap Silk waist $1.25
Lace curtains $1.10 pr
Fine muslins 10c per yd.
42 piece dinner set $4.28
$12.50 electric lamp $7
Ordered for Ed. L. Rogers by D. A.
Peterson, amount paid for service, $10.00.
EDWARD X*. SOGERS
Republican -Candidate for Congress,
1. A protective tariff representing the
tUfferent between cost of production at
home and abroad.
2. Federal aid for improving and con
structing of public highways.
3. A system of rural credits provid
ing loans to farmers at a low rate of in
4. Modification of the 1855 treaty.
5. Budget system for expenditure of
public moneys in place of old "pork bar
6. Adequate preparedness for defen
sive purposes only.
7. Encouraging the development of
water powers on the public domain and
continuation of the reclamation project.
8. Adequate revision of the naviga
tion laws to the end that the building up
of an American merchant marine may be
9. He stands for and will favor anj
legislation that will better the condition
of the laboring class and farmers of
Edw. Rogers was born forty years ago
in Aitkin county, attended Minneapolis
public schools, Cralisle Indian school
Dickenson college, and the Universitj
of Minnesota. He graduated from the
law department of the University in
1904. He was Judge of Probate of
Mahnomen county, and is serving hi
second term as County Attorney of Cass
also Patent Vamp with
white cals quarters
all white Patent
Dull Kid Twenty
patterns pumps and
strap slippers from
which to select.
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350,000 acres of desirable agricultural lands of the south
half of the COLVILLE Indian Reservation located in the Columbia
River and Okanogan Valleys of North-Central Washington-will be sub
ject to homestead entry. "Go Great Northern" and have your choice of
five registration points including Omak, jonly registration point actually
on the reservation and reached only by the Great Northern Railway.
Summer Tourist Tickets to North Pacific Coast points, on sale every clay, permit
stopover for registration at Spokane and Wenatchee. Low Round Trip Homeseekers
Fares in effect June 20th, July 4th and July 18th from certain po
call on your local agent or write the undersigned. Stopovers lk,wed enroute at Glacier
National Park either on going or return trip.
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ST. PAUL T.PAUL
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The Range Your Wife Wants
Does your wife like a range with plenty of gleaming nickel
and all elaborate design?
Or one plain, simple, dignified?
Does she prefer a steel or cast range?
One with warming oven or shelf?
Will she use a reservoir for heating water, or a water front?
Does she need a big, powerful baking oven, or will a small
No mattershe can find her ideal in a "Favorite Range/'
They rank first for fuel economy.
They are built in many designs and sizes.
You use your rangemorethan any other article in the home.
You are entitled to the best one you can buyone thattpera
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If you have any regarn for moneyif you can't afford to
There is a "Favorite" t suit every pocketbook-every
homeevery taste and requirement.
Come in and select the one that waa meant for youit's
Don't be a slave to an old fuel-eating, poor bakimr un-
handy stove or range. Trade it in and get your ideal.
Look them over and get our prices and terms.
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"HOM1 OF GOOD HARDWARE'
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with all the best
evefrput on a range?