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THE BEMTDJI DAILY PIONEER
NTDRED AS BECOND CLASS MAT-
TER AT THB POSTOFFICB AT BEJ-
MIDJI, MINN., UNDER THE ACT OF
MARCH 8, 1870.
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fle not get their papers promptly.
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Will receive notice about ten dayH be
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Importunity to make an advance pay
ment before the paper Is Anally stopped.
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On* year, postage paid 4.00
The Weekly Pioneer.
Bight pages, containing a summary
of the nowM of tho week. Published
very Thursday and sent postage paid
te any address for 1.60 in advance.
Published every afternoon except Sun
day by the Bemldjl Pioneer Publishing
Company. k a. OAJtBOH. B. K. DBXV.
1EAHO&B J. DAKS, Bdltor.
A Good Suggestion.
Tho editor IUIH roeHvod Iho fol-
lowing coniiiKiiilciil km from
Honmmm, of I'upoHky, and prlnlH II
With I ho hope that il will lead to
some (lclli)lli' action both In Hoinldjl
and llio country dlHlrictH. Mr. Hor-
IIHOI calln attention to a HI I mil Ion
that IH HO familiar that 11 IIIIH IOIIK
boon nsKiirded aH a nouoHHiiry fact
and not a condition which may bo
improved. Whllo Ihoro IH not much
occasion for a chango in llemldjl,
thoro arc many country nchoolH
which could adopt lii HuggcHtion to
advantage. Should any one OIHO
wlHh lo write on Iho Hubjcct, Iho edi-
tor will be glad to hear from thorn.
Following IH Mr. MoreiiHon'H letter:
PupoHky. Minn Nov. 2 I!) I 2.
"Hoi'Hkhed, Hlaphcd og Mangel pita
Kvno HI at tauko Klart, oprinder nf
en for fyldet inavo."
"IJUIIIICHH, HlackncHH and nonubillty
for bright thinking rcHtil! from an
'I'llIH proverb IH undoubtedly true
but It IH certainly ohvioun thai in-
liiHutllclenl noui iHliment, enpeclally
to children, IH one of I he fundamon-
tal CUIIHCH of Hocial evil and degener-
ation. To prevent this and by evo-
lution to Improve I lie moral char-
acter of our nation, il IH necoHHary to
glvo tho young OUCH, the future fit
ifcoiiB, the IICHI POKHIIIIO education,
brooding, mental and phyHlcal de-
velopment dellclency of proper
UOuriHhmciil of (lie child will of
4'OIIIHC lie a meruit lo ilH Inlelloc-
llial de\ lopmeiil
About lolly jeai'H ago in Uon-
maih, I WHH at t|iialiited wit It a man
who WIIH Interested In (lie welliire of
IIIH lellouiiiMi and lite education ol
childien lie dlHtOM'ietl tliat lilllllV
school thlltlicu in the munll city
where lie WHH Using were Huffetlng
ll'Oin a want ol piopeily piepared
food oi noiirlHliineiil, loi one i canon
oi another, especially In the winter
lie llieieltne am ceded in raising by
private SUIIHCI ipl Ion and proceed-
lngs horn (Inn liable cntci tainmentH
$4,[( 'I'llIH \UIH uHcd In lurnlHh
ing a gooil iiiitiitioiiH dinner every
day in Hie wlnlci months to children
who needed il I know thai nearly
Iwenly pel icnl ut the school chil-
dren iii I IH cil\ applied and piolit
od in many rcnpeclH by IILIH help
'I'IIIH method of charity VVIIH Iheie-
after HOOII taken up in all olhei ili-
ICH In Denmark and it IH dltllcull lo
Hnd one ilty whero the HCIIOOI board
or the board of education hate not
taken up (IIIH matter and provided
dinner lor all Hcholars who need and
apply lor It not aH charity but at
cost (o Hie laxpayerH and aH a purl
ol the education
SuppoHc there are In llomldjl some
childien who aie in need of better
tood Would it not lie a great help
to the common caiiHe, a honollt (o
the children, and nitty ho alHo lo tho
high HCIIOOI de]artnieii of domestic
science, if liciuldjl would provide
one nulrillouH meal e\ery day to pu-
41I in need or it
In our country HCIIOOIH It IH more
Ulllieult, (hough not ICHH important,
a many children havo to start early
aftor a light hroakfaHt on a long
walk to the school. At tho noon ro-
OHH I hoy miiBt bo BatiHllod with a
poor cold lunch, maybe frozen, and
taken with a drink of cold water
from the water pall.
This condition could he remedied
in Borne ways. In our sohoolDis
trict CCthe school board has had
No. 0 Roaster
ler YOUTH truly,
Our Aids to a Better
A REED'S ROASTER
Reed's Enamel Is Sanitary
4 3.00 5 3.50
Get^ One Today
For] Preparing the Dressing There's Nothing Like a
Universal Food Chopper
They have knives for every
purpose and do their work well
No. 0 Choppers $1.00
We Have Chopping Bowls and Knives, But-
cher Knives, Carving Sets, Crumb Trays
WJS WILL HE CLOSED ALL DAVT1I ANKS(il\ IN(J
can be (hawed out and a hot drink
prepared ThlH room 1B also bin
enough lo bo occupied by Iho teach-
er, if wanted, and If a Hiiltable
boarding place cannot bo obtained.
YOUR MONEY BAOK IF \OU WANT IT
316-318 Minn. Ave. BEMIDJI Phono 57
Ine forethought to build In connec-
tion vvllli I lie HCIIOOI houHo a room
with a Hinall HIOVO where lunch pallH
I hope thin communication will
sho occaHlon for Homo oihcrH, more
able lo take up and (UHCUHH thin mai-
WILSON MAY DELIVER MESSAGE.
WaHhlnulon, Nov. LM5. A rumor
Kiilnod ground In the capital IHHI
ulKlit that Wood row WIIHOII may do-^tv.cmn,
liver IIIH HIHI IIIOHBIIKO to congress in
porHon instead of by mesaongor, ro
currlng lo the practice of Washlng
lon and AdaniH.
THE NOSE A'FILTER
TO STRAIN THE AIR
Catarrh Clogged Nostril A Breeding
Place for Deadly Germs.
The noHtrllH are perfect "air 111-
tei-H" and, when kept In clean,
healthy Htale, Htraiu every bit of all
we breathe, mlching ail dunt paitl-
CION, foreign mail or ami gcrmr*. T)je
air in lull of erniH Von cannot
dodge them, but vou can Hiil'o-guiird
vouiHolf iiR.iiiiHt catanh and other
dlHeaHcH contracted in the proccHH of
luonthlug by keeping Iho noHlritH
clean and heallhy Catarrh gorms
will HomotlmeH gel in their work,
and yon may miHtakc tho nyinploinH
lor an ordinary cold
Don I lake an) chnuccH If you
lia\e a Htiiffed up fooling in the head,
or if your throat IH HOIO or lllled with
plilegm, just greiiHo iho noHlrllH with
a llllle 101)'H I'roiun Malm, draw Iho
pure, aromatic I'uinoH back In the
head, and you will bo iiHtonlaliod at
tin* effect In a few mlnutoB yon
will fool a looHoning up In the, head,
tho jutHty dlHchargo will soon be
Htoppcd, Iho HorenoHH gone, and you
will fool a HOIIHO or genuine relief.
Kly'H Croam Halm not only wardH
off catarrh, but will quickly euro
even a chronic, longHtanding caHe or
catarrh It taken tho trouble right
whero it HtartH, In tho nose and
throat, cloaiiHOB, heals and Htrongth-
OIIH Iho raw, sore InBldo Hkln, or
niombrano and In this way drlvoH
out catarrh and makoH you proor
agaliiBt this filthy, dlRU8tln disoaHo.
ColdB, which often hang on for
wookH, can be quickly cured with this
cloanBlng, healing, antiseptic balm.
All drugglgts Boll It for ilfty oonls a
bottlo, and tho one bottle 1B gftnoral
ly all that 1B needed to effect a com
plete cure. Try It today,Adv.
TRY A WANT AD
IKE BEMTDJI DAILY HOMER
will make that roast
sweet and juicy being
self basting it keeps
all the natural juices
dripping back on the
roast. This saves at
least 20 per cent of
No. Roaster $2.00
2 2.2 3 2.5 0
MI-H. O P. Stone wont to IHack
duck on Saturday.
MIHH l*J. Shaw and nephew went
by (rain lo lllackduck on TuoBday.
Vvork WHH begun tho pant week on
the lelophono lino.
MrH. Win Murray and Mra II
WlnaiiH have Hold a number of their
lurkoya lo moat marketH in lllack
V. F. Bat email and wile left on
Monday for their homo In St. (MiarloH.
Stop That Itch!
I will liuuruntee you lo (lop On ilcli in two
No iciiH'dv that 1 hn\t ovi HO]I) tor
I'HoihwdH, and all oilm i
ut' tho hlsln IIIIM Klvon nioi th(iiuiih
MnllMl'actluii than the
J),ft.Prescription lor T.cmm
I tfiiuianteo thla remedy
Barker's Drug Store
Pioneer Want Ads
1-2 Cant a Word
Ask the Man Who
Has Tried Them
William G. Klein
Rentals, Bonds, Real Estate
First Mortgage Loans
on City and Farm
S and e, 0'l.ary-a*ws*r IM|,
Dry Cleaning House
HOGANSO N BROS., Propi.
Dry Gleaning of Ladles1
hold Goods, etc,
tmurnto iruNi&imtwmom. UNOMM reoamom$ AcrjuNcuwim.
AHRNTS WANTWI) Highest cash
paid weekly with pari expenses
Our now plan a winner. Out lit
free. Homo territory. HoHt Hell
ing lime now. Write the llawkH
Nursery Co Wauwatosa, Win.
WANTIOI) Compolenl girl for gen
eral housework. Mrs. W. N. Bow
Hor, H'2'.i Bemldjl avenue.
I WANTKI) (iood shoemaker who
undciHtHiidH It IH tiado. Kuqulic
at Pioneer olllce
FOR SALETypewriter ribbons for
every make of typewriter on the
market at O cents and 7G cents
each. Every ribbon sold for 75
contB guaranteed Phone orders
promptly lllled. Mail orders given
the same careful attention as when
you appear In person. Phone 31.
The Bemldjl Pioneer Offlce Supply
FOR SALEThe Bemldjl lead pen
cil (the best nickel pencil in the
world, at Netzer's, Barker's, O. C.
Rood's, McCuaig's, Omlch's, Roe &
Markusen's and the Pioneer Office
Supply Store at 5 cents each and
50 cents a dozen.
FOR SALIS CHEAP- Modern seven
room house hot water heal large
screened porch on North and West
sides barn and live lots. Going
West to live. P. J. O'Lcary, 716
FOR SALE]104 acres or hardwood
timber land In section 31, township
148, north range 34, town of Lib
erty, Beltrami county. Price for
whole tract $1,600. Apply at Pio
FOR 8ALEtnnatl fonts of type,
Several different points and In
first class condition. Call or write
this office for proofs. Address Be
mldjl Pioneer, Bemldjl, Minn.
FOR SALE Yoke of oxen, well
broke in harness weight between
2800 and 2900. Werner Augus
tine, Wilton, Minn.. R. F. D. No. t.
FOR SALEFour room house, fifty
foot lot, good location. See J. Bis
lar for bargain, 514 Minnesota
avenue. Phone 573.
FOR SALE. Oar load of heavy
draft horses from 14 to 16 hund
red, four to six years old.Tom
FOR BALKRubber sumps. The
Pioneer will prooure any kind of
rubber stamp for you on short no
The Pioneer Want Ads
men 20 to 40 yoars old wanted
at once for lOloollrc Railway Mo
tormen and Conductors $C0 to
$100 a month no experience noc-
OBHary now opportunity no atriko
write immodlatoly for application
blank. AddreBH Care of Pio
OA8H WITH OOPY
/2 oont per word' per Issue
Regular chaigo rate 1 cent per word per Insertion. No ad taken for
IOHH than I & conta. Phone 31
HOW THOSE WANT ADS
DO THE BUSINESS
The Pioneer goes everywhere BO that everyone has a neighbor who
lakoH il and people who do not take tho paper generally road their
neighbor's BO your want ad gets to them all.
!4 Cent a Word Is All It Costs
THE TASTE TELLS
FOR SALEKltcnen range, bed and
dresser. Inquire 1018 Bemldjl
FOR RENT. One store-room on
llrst lloor and 21 rooms on second
floor on MiniK'Hota avo all mod
aro steam boated. Apply J.
FOR RENT Desirable furnished
rooms for rent 112 1 Homidjl ave
nue Mrs. T. .1. Welsh
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooniH,
also lor light housekeeping, over
FOR RENT Two houses on Tenth
and Minnesota. Inquire I 2 I Hol
FOR RENT Warm house,
of John G. Zlegler.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST In tho neighborhood of
Twelfth and Beltrami, buff color
ed cat (partly) angora Finder
please notify box 572. Reward.
ADVERTISERSThe great state of
North Dakota offers unlimited op
portunities for business to classi
fied advertisers. The recognized
advertising medium is the Fargo
Dally and Sunday Courier-News,
the only seven-day paper in th
Btate and the paper which carries
the largest amount of classified
advertising. The Courier-News
covers North Dakota like a blank
et reaching all parts of the state
the day of publication it Is the
paper to use in order to get re
sults rates one cent per word first
Insertion, on-half cent per word
succeeding insertions fifty cents
per line per month. Address the
Courier-News, Fargo, N. D.
WANTEDfoVmerc'nantB in \4orih-
ern Minnesota to sell "The Bemld
jl" lead pencil. Will carry name
of every merchant in advertising
columns of Pioneer In order that
all receive advantage of advertis
ing. For wholesale prices write
or phone the Bemldjl Pioneer Of
fice Supply Co. Phone 31. Be
LOST Between Security bank and
921 Beltrami avenue, a class pin
with words St. O. '11. Finder re
turn to Pioneer office. Reward.
WANTED Stenographer wants po
sition. Has had some experience.
Address Turtle River, Minn., R. F.
D. No. 1, Box 44.
BOUGHT AND SOLDSecond hand
furniture. Odd Fellows building,
across from postofSoe. phone Ut
WANTED Position to work as
nurse by day. Confinement cases
only. "908 "Irvine avenue.
TpESDAT, NOVEMBE 28, 1918.
L0D0ED0M IN BEKTOJL
M.. O. V. W.
Bemldjl Lodge No.
277. Regular meeting
nightsfirst and third
Monday, at 9 o'clock,
at Odd Fellows hall,
402 Beltrami Avo.
B. Jr. o. a.
Bemldjl Lodge No. 1011.
Regular meeting night*
llrst and third Thursday*
8 o'clockat Masonlo hall,
Beltrami Ave., and Fifth
every second and fourth
Sunday evening, at
o'elook in basement of
saaM or HOWOS
Meeting night* every
second and fourth Monday
evenings, at Odd Fellow*
r. o. a.
Regular meeting nights
every 1st and 2nd Wednes
day evening at 8 o'clock.
o. A. a.
and third Saturday nUm
noons, at 2:80at O h: Ket
lows Malls, 402 lielwuit.t
X. O. O. T.
Bemldjl Lodge No. lis
Regular meeting nighta
mvery Friday, o'cloek
at Odd Fellows Hall.
I. O. O. F. Camp No 14
Regular meeting tvry 000004
and fourth Wednesdays at
o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall.
Rebecca Lodge. Regular
mooting nights first n
third Wednesday at o'elook.
I. O. O. FHal l.
aaxoMTSJ or VTTBXAJI
Bemldjl Lodge No. 1SS.
Regular meeting nlghtoeat
ery Tuesday evening at
o'clockat the Bagles* Hall.
X-A.DIBS Or T*a ^ra^y-
Regular meeting night
last Wednesday evening
lr each month.
^8. Regular meetlaa
nights first and thlrS
Wedneudays. 8 o'olook.t
MaHonlo Hall, Beltrami
Ave., and Fifth Bt.
Bemldjl Chapter No. to.
R. A. M. Stated oonvocatloao
first and third Mondays. S
oVlock p. m.at Masonlo
Hall Zeltraml Ave., and Flfts.
Klkunuh Coinmandery No. SO
K. T. Stated conclavesecond
und fourth Fridays 8 o'olook
i m.at Masonic Temple, Bol
trmnl Ave, und Fifth St.
O. B. 8. Chapter No 171.
KuKuiar meeting nights
llrst and third Fridays,
o'clork at Masonic Hall,
Beltruml Ave., ami Fifth
at. a. A.
Roosevelt, No. let!.
Itegular meeting nights
Thursday evenings at S
o'clock In Odd Fellows
M. W. A.
Bemldjl Camp No. SOU.
Regular meeting nights
tlritt and third Tuesday* at
8 o'clock at Odd Fellows
Hall, 402 Beltrami Ago.
Regular meeting nights on
the first und third Thursdays
In the I. O. O. F. Hall at
soy or xaanAa.
Meetings held thlro
Sunday afternoon of each
month at Troppmaa's
Meeting* tho flrat FrlsAjr
evening of tho month at
the home of Mra H. W.
aohmldt. 80S Third strosL
Royal Mail Steamers
5 Services 30 Steamers
WEEKLY SAILIN6S FROM
MONTREAL ANO QUEBEC
S.S. Victorian, Die. 6th
S.S. Oriiplm, Die. 12th, from St. Jtia
Carry Chrittmii Eieurtiont tt Euros*
Book your passage now and be sure
of a good berth.
These steamers are among the larg
est and best salling^from the St. Law
We can book you through from Be
midjl. No delay orj hotel expenses on
For rates, reservations and all other
information apply to
R. E. PI3HER
Union Depot, Bemldjl. Phone 50
H. H. WATSON
General Agent, Minneapolis