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DEMPSEY SHOULD BE CONGRATULATED.
It took Jack Dempsey only a few seconds to put over the
knock out on Fred Fulton, the Rochester plasterer, and "Fero-
cious Fred" didn't know what ailed him until he came to and
was informed. Dempsey lived up to the reputation of his
name sake of good old time days when parlor boxing was
unknown, and the four-flushing-get-the^coin championship bout
ended about as expected and it will require considerable dis-
infectant to cleanse the pugilistic atmosphere. Then there is
the return bout. If Dempsey is wise he will now garner in con-
siderable loose change while the- haying is good. Congratula-
tions to Dempsey.
The stars and stripes are indeed traveling about the world.
We are informed that in every capital of the orient and even
in interior China they float beside the national banner.
BY OAKBXBB %SWt
aa aeoondHdaa*. jaatter
A common illustration familiar to all men refers to
man who causes "two blades of grass to grow where one
previously grew," as a benefactor of the race.
This is true, and applies not only to the growing of grass,
but to thousands of other things whereby the race is benefitted.
The illustration is merely used to -denote the fact that the_man
has added to the sum of the comfort or pleasure of mankind.
All of which is as it should be. The progressive spirits that fervescent lithiKa drin
by their labors and research advance the race and add to the
fruitfulness of Mother Earth or any of her stores deserve all
the praise given them, and then some.
But there are yet other benefactors of mankind to whom
much credit is due, but who we frequently overlook.
What about the man who causes one weed to grow where
two formerly grew? And we use this, two, merely in the sense
Did you ever pause to consider that this old-world has an
abundance of resources? Ever realize that if the weeds of
life were eradicated this would be paradise? Can you ap-
preciate the fact that if all the evil was eliminated there would
be nothing but good left?
Let's begin at home and start to weeding out the noxious
growths. Let's get the soil of our farm as clear of vicious
and useless growth as we can possibly make it. Let this go
on until the land literally blossoms with fruitfulness^
Then let's begin on human kind. While we are developing
the human brain and skill until it seems there is no limit to
its possibilities, let us search and see if there are not many
habits and traits of character that cannot be lopped off with
great benefit to the individual and the race.
What about the weed of selfishness? This is a growth
that dwarfs and stunts the human soul possibly more than all
others. Who has not seen the man, full of personal faults and
failings, but whom his neighbors idolized because he was big-
hearted and generous? None deny his failings nor fail to
deprecate them. It is simply that the great curse of selfishness
has been liminated from his life, and this overshadows all else.
Beside him the little, narrow, selfish nature, whatever its other
virtues may be, assumes the proportions of a dwarf.
Then there is the matter of charitableness. Who does not
know the man of harsh judgment? Perhaps he has all the
negative virtues and many of the positive ones, too. His per-
sonal life may be faultless. But his harsh judgments of his
..neighbors obscure all these, and whereas his virtues should
inspire respect and love, in reality they inspire hatred and
contempt. Contrast him with the faulty, though charitable
man, and he, too, suffers in comparison.
We might go on ad infinitive but it is not needed. Suffice
it that there are many weeds in the human character that could
be plucked out with benefit to the man and his fellows.
Root out the weedsthen the grass will grow.
The eagle of victory does not seem to care particularly for
perching on the Hun banner. Perhaps the dove of peace will
be more obliging.
j- _,. \nated the ravages of the more serious
In a Minneapolis paper appeared a brief story
concerninig procurable fosenr
an insane man swallowing a dose of insect powder. "Bugs"
If you wish something pleasant to meditate upon, remem-
ber that there will be a fourth Liberty Loan some time this fall.
The newest styles of clothing are old styles! These will
continue to be most worn for the duration of the war.
When Yanks meet tanks, then comes the tug-of-war.
Special Ma Coupon
Bemidji Pioneer Pub. Co.
Gentlemen: Enclosed find $2.50 to pay for the
Daily Pioneer for six months and 32 cents for which
send me one of your latest State, United States and
War Zone maps, a combination of "three in one" map
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tisariP man swallnwincr a dose of insect rtowder. "Buers" is nfc t Mvsnd store, or send
MEAT CAUSE OF
T^lce Salts to Flush Kidneys If
Back Hurts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it, but flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally,'says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost para
lyzes the kidneys in their efforts to
expel it from the blood. They be
come sluggish and 'weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in the kid
new region, sharp pains in the 'back
or sick headache, dizziness, your
stomach sours, tongue is coated and
when the weather is bad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine gets
cloudy, full of sediment, the channels
often get sore and irritated, obliging
you to seek relief two or three times
during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and flush off
the boy's urinous waste get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any pharm
acy here take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast for
a few days and your kidneys will then
act fine. This famous salts is made
combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to flush
and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also
to neutralize the- acids in urine, so it
no longer irritates, thus ending blad
Jad Salts is inexpensvie cannot
injure, and makes a delightful ef injure
MAN NOT HARD TO ANALYZE
Observation Wfif Enable One to Deter'
mine the Qui'tft!e Which Will
Make Him Valuable.
The qualities that go to make up a
man are tremendously complex and yet
It Is possible by close scrutiny and
keen observation to analyze a man and
understand him more clearly than he
sees himself.. There are certain cardi
nal mental and physical characteristics
which can be determined by a visual
examination made by an expert In
like manner can be determined the
mainspring of the man as exemplified
in what we ordinarily consider the
various parts of his will, -or those fac
tors which govern his actions. The
practical application of the studies
taken together with his exerience and
history is then apparent. Knowing his
various physical and mental character
istics and his experience, we know
what sort of work he is able to do.
Knowing his will and what might be
termed spiritual characteristics, we
know what he will do, provided sur
rounding circumstances permit. With
this in mind we would place each one
of our present or new employees at
such work as he is best able to do, and
we see.that this is not necessarily that
which he has always done, although In
general it does have a more or less
close relation with that.Industrial
A micrometer used by a Swiss watcn
company' accurately measures to the
hundredth "part of a millimeter.
A man may joyfully revolt from an
"WHO WILL WIN
Your kidneys arc the filters of the
body. If they become inactive and fail
to eliminate the waste matter, they are
apt to throw the whole mechanism of
the body out of order, thus toxic poisons
can accumulate in the system and be as
deadly as snake venom.
Besides causing the" minor ailments
of rheumatism, sciatica, lumbago and
backache, neglect of the kidneys is apt
to develop into more serious diseases
such as diabetes or stone in the bladder
Rid the body of toxic poisonsclean
the bladder and kidneys and cure the
twinges of rheumatism with Anuria afcd.
you win the battle of life.
Anuric was first discovered by
Pierce, and has benefited thousandsi 01
sufferers as well as appeased and ehmi
eo cents adtiseases. any gooNodrug store, or
Dr Pierce, Invalids'druer Hote and Susgica.
Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., 10 cents for
STILLWATEH, MINN." If I can danarty
good in the World for others, I wisn, 0
do it, and I feel that it is my duty to
write about the wonderful results I re
ceived from the use of 'Anuric'
suffering from kidney and bladder trou
bles, scalding, backache and rhitima
tism, and feet and ankles swelled so
that at times I could not walk wtflioat
assistance. Had taken several different
kinds of kidney remedies, but all Bled.
I sent to Dr. Pierce for his new
discovery, 'Anuric,' which I receivjtfd by
mail in tablet form. I soon got Ipette*
and am convinced that this copula* nff
medicine is good: I wish to recomintor
it to my neighbors and everybody suf
fering from such troubles."MRS. M. J[.
SABOENT, No. 1321 North. Broadway*
ENTERPRISE AUTO CO
Auto livery and Taxi Service
Day and Night Service
Office Remove Hotel, Cor.
3rd St. & Beltrami Ave*
Office Phone 1
Residence Phone 1ft
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Adrercuemeat8 in tbis column
cost half sect a word par issue, when
paid cash in advanco. No ad will
be run for IBSB than 10c per issu*.
FOK SALEShetland pony, buggy,
cart and harness. Will take Liber
ty bonds, rowboat and outboard
motor. H. B. Reynolds. 6-83
FOB SALEGood three-room house
in Nymore, nicely located, $750.00,
Rents for ?10. Will take auto in
exchange allowing good price pre
fer roadster. R. B. Hamilton, 623
Pine street, Bralnerd, Minn.
FOR SALE!Number 15 De Laval
cream separator. Bame can be seen
at Schwandt's store. 5-731
FOR SALEStrictly modern and well
located six-room bungalow. Ad
dresa box 575, city. 712tf
FOR SALEGood hand made stake
wagon. Ford with Form-A/Truck
attachment. Paper baler. Prices.
asked. Koois Bros._Co. ^28tf
Kahn Bros., Chicago-SA$&
'i^ffel^ TAILORS THAT SATISFY
thorox^hly experienced in the
^usmes and fully posted regardin
^^ihfijatest styles, will
jfa*z$2fcF at our store on -tv^
I Thursday and Friday
''"^Mkutast-1 and 2Hkr,
an extensive line of fashionable woolens
Fail 1918 liid Winter 1919
The very latest novelties as well as staples
priced moderatelyquality considered
^3',^ Also a big line of \j.
Inauire Pioneer -office.
1?JU RENTFront suite office
roms O'Leary-Bowser building.
ii^nRENT-^Furaished rooms, 1302
lemidji avenue. Phone 452-W.
^HJit SALETwo horses weighing
,-*bout 1,200 pounds each. Cheap.
John Moberg. 10-87
jit RENTTwo modern furnished
rooms in modern home, centrally
located bath in connection. Long
torm tenants preferred. Address
^Roont," Pioeer, or telephone 923.
Special Representative of
Overcoat and Trouser Fabrics
Come in and select your new garments from large size Wool-
ens. Have your measurements taken in a scientific manner and,.
receive expert advice regarding the latest fashions for men.
Choose your favorite fabric, while the picking is good.
Time of delivery will be arranged to suit your own convenience.
Correctly Ifitting and dependably tailored garments absolutely* guaranteed.
Consider yourself most welcome to call
room house, 1237 Dewey avenue.
player piano in
good condition, and about 40 rolls
of music. Will take liberty bonds.
Call Pioneer office. d710tf
FOR SALESFive-room cottage with
city water and sewer. Lot is
30x150 feet and runs out to the
lake. Inquire at 1204 Dewey Ave.
or call 276. B2tf
W*ANTEDGirl to help with house-
t- work and assist in store. Case's
"rsstore, 800 Irvine. 3-S1
IjSfVNTED"Lake shore property.
C"Want lake shore acres, located
korth central Minnesota, with good
Ijeach and fishing, in exchange for
registered percheron, .five years
old dark grey sound, no vicious
1 raits fine animal papers. In an
swering state number of acres,
price, and location. Address Lock
lo 270. VaDey City, N. D."
"WANTED^Rooms for. light house
keeping for married couple, ho
children. Address Joe Graf, chef,
:iotel Markham. 2-730
WANTED^Girl for Kitchen work at
Uvea hotel. 725tf
WANTEDBoy to work nlgnts at
the Jefferson hotel. 719tf
WANTEDRooms for light nou*e-
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 30, 1918
from two angles:
1stTheir effect on prices
2ndks a return toinvestors.
When profits are small as
compared with sales, they have
little effect on prices.
Swift & Company's profits
are only a fraction of a cent
per pound on all products sold,
and if eliminated entirely
would have practically no
effect on prices.
Swift & Company paid 10
per cent dividends to over 20,000
/stockholders out of its 1917
profits. It also had to build
extensions and improvements
out of profits to finance large
stocks of goods made necessary
by unprecedented requirements
of the United States and Allied
Governments and to provide
protection against the day of
it fair to call this
Swift & Company, U.S. A.