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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 1912.
Mai D. Clark returned from Kelli
Henning Dalnes of Crookston, is
here on a few days' outing.
R. Coppernoll of Park Rapids,
is here today on legal business.
George T. Baker is spending the
day at International Falls on busi
Mrs Walter Houchms, of Black
duck, is spending the day in the city
Just a few more trips to the dam
on the Citj of Bemidji before the
water goes down.
Chester McKusick will lea\e this
evening for Minneapolis for a few
dajs on business.
A. J. Naylor returned last night
from Wadena where he has spent the
past week on business.
Miss Janie Mills went to Walker
this morning where she will visit
friends for a short time.
Miss Kathenne Bowe has returned
from Bramerd where she had spent
the past two weeks visiting friends
A. G. Wedge, Jr went to Interna
tional Falls last evening where he
will spend several days on business
Miss Ruth Harding returned to
Cass Lake yesterday after having
spent the past week in the city as
the guest of Miss Gladys Stanton.
Mrs Grace Young who has spent
the past four months with her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. J. Omich, re
turned to Roseburg, Ore this morn
Marc Adams has returned from Big
Falls wheie he had gone to take
Garnet Peterson's place the Big
Falls bank during Mr Peterson va
The Hajner Land company
have moved their office from the Se
curity State Bank building to the
ground floor of the old city hotel
Dr E W. Johnson, Miss Madeline
Johnson and her guest, Miss Marion
Mmton of Minneapolis, drove to Itas
ca State Park Sunday, returning
home on Monday bv way of Park Rap
Dr and Mrs C. R. Sanborn have as
their guests the doctor's mother and
sister, Mrs. W. N. Sanborn of Fari
bault, and Mrs Farrell and son,
John, of Carver, Minn They ar
rived in the city yesterday and will
be here for some time
Go to Hakkerup for photos.
Mrs A McDonald and son, of
Ont who have been
guests at the home of Mrs McDon
ald's brother, George Baker, left
vesterday for Aylsbury, Canada,
wheer they will join Mr McDonald
to make their future home
Mrs Schumaker and chil
dren, Mrs LaFavar and chil
dren, Mrs W Sanborn of Fari
bault, Mrs Farrell and "on ot
Carver, and Mrs Sanborn, are
guests for the day at the Judge
Stanton cottage at Grand Forks Bay
Mr and Mrs W A McDonald and
children left vesterday for Calgarj,
Alberta, Canada, where the may de
cide to locate Mr and Mrs Mc
Donald have made their home in Be
midji for a number of years and will
be greatly missed by their friends
Misses Hazel Wells and Eva Get
chell left this morning over the
and I for the Pacific coast They will
visit at Spokane. Portland, Castle
Rock, Seattle, Tacoma, Alma, Everett,
Hokium, Aberdeen and North Yaki
ma, Washington. They plan to
away a year.
A stockholders annual meeting of
the Beltrami County Loaning and
Building Association will be held
Thursday, August 1st, at 3.30 m.
at the Commercial club rooms for the
purpose of electing directors and
officers for the ensuing year.
W. C. KLEIN, See'y.
M. Freidrich of Prairie Chien,
Wis., arrived in the city last evening
and will be a guest at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. M. Decaire for
some time. He will be joined here
in a few days by bis daughter, Mrs.
Rasmussen, of Crookston,
was here yesterday on business, going
on to International Falls last night
Foster of Blackduck, was
here tor a few hours on business
yesterdav, returning home last night
Young Peoples society will be en
tertained Thursday evening by Mrs
Randahl, 623 Mississippi eve
Mrs. Kellogg accompanied
by her grandson, John Pogue, left
jesterday for a short visit at New
E Wideman of Pine River, was
in the city yesterdav en route to
Pine Citj- where he is installing a
Ev ery accommodation consist
ent to perfect safety will be granted
the friends and customers of the
Northern National Bank.
Thomas Cain and daughter, of Mil
waukee, Wis., who will remain here
for about two months.
Mrs. L. H. Bailey left this morn
ing for Billings, Montana, where she
will be the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. A K. Southworth. Enroute
home she will visit with relatives at
Jamestown, N. Mrs. Bailey
plans on being away about six weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Given enter
ained a few friends last evening.
The guests wrere
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church will hold a picnic
at the summer home of Mrs George
Cochran at the head of the lake on
Thursday afternoon Captain Mac
Lachlan's boat will leave the dock
at 1 o'clock instead of 10 o'clock
as was stated yesterday, returning at
8 o'clock A picnic lunch will be
Wednesday and Thursday's Program
"Ten Days With a Fleet of U. S. Battle
Mr and Mrs Ed Fead and chil
dren of Yale, Mich., and Mrs.
Blake of Sarnia, Ont., who have been
the guests of Mr Given McGhee
during the past week, left this morn
ing for Aurora, Minn where they
will visit relatives for a week, after
which they will return to Bemidji
for a several weeks' visit here. Mr.
Fead will return to Yale from Au
rora to resume his duties in the First
National Bank there Mrs Fead is
Mrs McGhee's sister and Mrs. Blake
A party of young people from Be
midji, Lakeside and Lavinia had a
marsh mellow toast at the head of the
lake last evening Those in the par
ty were the Misses Beatrice and Vera
Backus, their guest Elizabeth Eaton,
Alice Allen of Minneapolis, Martha
Barnes and Caroline Scheidler of
Grand Forks, Marion Shagel, of
Brooklyn, and Will Holmes, Ar
chibald Palmer and Ernest Rorke of
Grand Forks, Carlton Dane of St.
Paul, George Buxton and Harold
Mrs Del Burgess entertained last
ev emng honor of her guest, Mrs
Burgess of Two Harbors Four
tables of 500" were played, Miss
Mae Barrette carrying off high score
The guests included Mesdames
Burgess of Two Harbors, Geo.
Koll, A A Andrews, George Ba
ker, Ed Tobor, Heffron, A.
Younggren, M. S Gillette, L.
Fmke of Orthal, N and Misses
Mae Barrette of Rainier, Hazel Ol
son Orpha Miner, Rose Barrette,
Grace Baker of Benton, Mich and
Notice to Water Consumers.
Do not forget that July 31 is your
day to pay water bill before we
use the big key.
New Talking-Machine Records.
Talking machine records made by
photography will be the next develop
ment in the reproduction of sound.
Invented by a Russian named Lifs
chitz, a new machine has been made
which, it is claimed, reproduces music
and sounds of any kind with perfect
clearness, without any rasping or
scraping defects. The records are
made entirely by photography.
A very interesting picture which any audience will be glad to see.
"The Hand of Fate" (Selig)
An exciting tale of international romance, intrigue and daring.
"My Kilarney Rose"
Miss Hazelle Fellows.
"A Page in Canadian History" (Vitagraph)
A very excellent film, showing good pictures of the Duke and Duchess
of Connaught. and Princess Patricia.
"Leap Year Proposals" (Vitagraph)
A rip roaring comedy with Bunny, Flora Finch and Lillian Walker
The New Screen That Has Just Been In-
stalled Gives a Good, Bright Picture With No
Strain On the Eyesm
Mrs Given McGhee,
Miss Lea Given, Misses Margaret
and Muriel McGhee, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Fead and children of Yale, Mich.,
Mrs. Blake of Sarnia, Ont., and Mr.
and Mrs E Denu and son, Phil
Prof Otto I. Bergh left today for
Crookston, where he will make ar
rangements to take up his work .as
professor of agronomy in the agri
cultural school there. Mr. Bergh
has been here but a year and dur
ing that time has made many warm
friends who will regret his depart
ure from this city.
Misses Beatrice, Vera and Helen
Backus, and their guest, Miss Eaton
of Proctorville, Ohio, Miss Martha
Barnes of Grand Forks who is spend
ing the summer at Lakeside, Miss
Olive Cunningham and her guest,
Miss Florence Fmnegan of St. Paul,
will go up to the head of the lake
this evening for a picnic supper.
Court Reporter Wyman, formerly
of Chicago but now court reporter
for Judge Wright of Brainerd,
is here for a few days assisting Court
Reporter Lee LaBaw. Mr. Wyman
succeeds George Gardner, Judge
Wright's former reporter, who re
signed some time ago and who will
spend the coming winter in Califor
Our grand business is not to see
what lies dimly at a distance, but to
flo what lies clearly at hand.Car*
Dream as Foundation of Reform.
The reason why there is not more
reform is that not enough people are
Never! No, Never!!
A woman never puts off till tomor
row what she can say today.Life.
Many Bemidji Readers Have Heard
It and Profited Thereby.
"God news travels fast," and the
thousands of bad back sufferers in
Bemidji, are glad to learn where re
lief may be found. Many a lame,
weak and aching back is bad no
more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills.
Our citizens are telling the good
news of their experience with the
Old Quaker Remedy. Here is an ex
ample worth reading:
Henry Revor, 808 Bemidji Ave.,
Bemidji, Minn., says: "I have tak
en Doan's Kidney Pills, obtained
from Barker's Drug Store and have
received splendid results I had a
lame back, together with pains
across my loins Every move I made
caused me pain. Itook Doan's Kid
ney Pills as directed and they re
moved my trouble. I can recommend
If your back achesif your kid
neys bother you, don't simply ask for
a kidney remedyask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that
Mr. Revor hadthe remedy that is
backed by home testimony. 50c all
stores. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
I N 7-H E
SOME/THING T(f SUIT
THE ^riiSTVtlT tVfJRYONE
MIDW A -BE: W N
MINN EAPbLlS t) bT PAU I
Her Opinion of tt*r Sex.
Women, says de Maulde la Claviere,
are not so frail as people are pleased
to say. They are frail only when they
wish to !e
John Smith wag seen on our /rtreeta
Saturday evening.Little York Cor
Sta te of Minnesota. I District Court.
County of Beltrami. lBth Jud. District.
A. E WEBSTER, whose full name is Al
a E Webster, Plaintiff,
W. C. JONES, venose full name is Wil
liam C. Jones, and Jennie Jones his
wife, and the Bemidji Townsite & Im
provement Co., a corporation,
The State of Minnesota to the above
Tou, the said defendants, William C.
Jones and Jennie Jones, and each of you
are hereby summon ed and required to
answer the complaint of the plaintiff
the above entitled action, which has been
duly filed in the office of the clerk of
the above named court, and for said
County of Beltrami, and to serve a copy
of your answer to said complaint upon
the subscriber at his office in the City
of Bemidji, sa id county, within twen
ty days after service of this summons
upon you, exclusive of the day of such
service and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid, the
plaintiff in th is action will apply to the
Court for-the relief oeiaanfiea in the
Dated Bemidji, Minnesota, July 2nd,
Bemidji, Beltrami County, Minnesota.
Editorial rooms in southeast
corner Palmer's store.
We have just received a nice big
assortment of Husking Pegs to
choose from. These pegs are the
very latest and up-to-date pat-
terns, and still you use them the
same way your father and grand-
father used them. Th first six
men that purchase a husking peg
from us will be given an alumi-
num thimble for their wife free
of charge. This offer holds good
for one week from this date.
I don't see why ministers should
object to baseball when it's so
much like church.
How do you figure that out?
Well, in both of them somebody
passes the plate.
We did a nice fly trap business
last week and take this opportun-
ity of thanking our friends who
were lucky enough to purchase
one of those dandy fly extermina-
Cream cans, friends, are some-
thing you ought to have just at
this time of the season. We stock
them in all sizes and are guaran-
teed to be full size. Before pur-
chasing drop in and see your
hardwareman, A. B. Palmer.
This stock is all fine linen paper and each cabinet in
includes paper and envelopes. This week
is your opportunity.
BARKER'S DRUG & JEWELRY STORE
The Bemidji Tar Paper
Will Be Plane and Level and Treat You on the Square.
Vol. 1, No. 10. Bemidji, Minn July 31, 1912. Published Weekly
W. Gish dropped in on us
this week. Mr. Gish always man
ages to see us each week.
Zenith Tools don't go wron?
The quality is hammered in.
John Thoreen of Solway, M.
Oftedahl of Nary, Mr Fink, of
Fink & Son of Pinewood, Peter
Bakke of Aure, were business cal
lers of ours this week. You will
always notice the above people
are always in the News Budget.
When a man of action grows
enthusiastic, there'll be something
doingan investigation of the
Zenith line will arouse your en
"How is your boy Fritz getting
along in der college?"
"Ach! iss halfback in der
football team and all der way back
in his studies."
If a man should break his knee
where would he go to get a new
Why, Africa of course, where
the knee grows.
If a lady breaks her knee where
would she go to get a new one?
To Jerusalem, where the Shee
If a boy should break his knee
where would he go to get a new
one. To the butcher shop for a
If a baby should break its knee,
where would it get a new one?
To the butcher shop, too, and get
a weeny (Wee knee.)
?$i BEMIDJI PIONEER. JULY 31, 1912
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Did you notice in the city pa
pers that there would be without
a doubt a big shortage 5 binder
twine. If you are wise you will
drop in and leave your order for
your supply, because just as sure
as lightening within one month,
twine will cost you a lot more
money than if you bought now.
Take our advice friends and you
won't lose by it.
To be master of the things you
douse Zenith Tools.
"Does your wife ask you for
many new clothes?"
"Oh, no, she just goes and gets
them without asking."
Sporting goods for all the
sports, Palmer offers the trade.
In quality the very best that mak
ers ever made. A line that's var
ied, complete and good in every
way. 'Tis wise to take the hint
in time and order goods today.
Have you asked to see our wag
on boxes? They are the best box
made, and the price isreally
ridiculous. Your wagon box will
soon collapse, so be wise and come
in and look over this wagon box
proposition. I will surely inter
est you. Don't forget we are
agents for famous Mandt wagons.
If you need a good dinner pail
call in and let us show you the
best assortment of pails in the city
to choose from. Prices from 25c
.Here is the place where prices
Things are always doing at Pal
mer's Hardware Store.
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Lake Bemidji Time Table
CITY OF BEMEDJL
Mail and Vassesffer Boat, tmvwm
East Bemidji..6:30 a. m. and 5:20 p. m.
Grand Forks Bay and Down
All Points on the Lake 1 p. m.
All Summer Resorts. .7:30 and 2:20 p. m.
Down the Mississippi River to the r^m
22 mile trip and 1 hour stop at the
dam. Boat leaves 2:20 p. m_ return
R Trip, 60
Children Half Pare. Vkea
CAPT. W. B. MacLACHLAH.
TEACHER OF PIANO
917 Minnesota Ave.
MISS SOPHIA MOUSE*
TEACHER OF PIANO AND HARMONY
Studio at 921 Beltrami Avenue
GRAHAM M. T0RRAHCE
lilies Block Telephone 600
0. H. FISK
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office ever Baker's Jewelry Store
OR. ROWLAND GHM0RE
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON
BR. A. SHANNON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURQEON
Office in Mayo Block
'Phone 290 Res. 'Phone 207
OR. C. R. SANBORN
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
OR. A. HENDERSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Over First National Bank, Bemlajl, Mini
Office 'Phone 20. Residence 'Phone 72.
OR. H. SMITH
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Winter Block
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office in Mays Block
Phone 12 Residence Phone 112
ZNR W. JOHNSON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office over SecortlT Bank
OR. O. L. STANTON
Office In Winter Block
DR. J. T. TU0MY
1st National Bank Bids Tele. II*.
OR. G. M. PALMER
atvealne Work by Apolntmemt Only
NEW PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Open daily, except Sunday, 1 to p.
SL, 7to i p. m. Sunday, reading reoma
only, 2 to 0 p. m.
DRAY AND TRANSFER
ATS Aim ZZaVaTO 20TZBT
Res. 'Phone 62. til America Ave.
Office 'Phone 12
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