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ADVERTISING BY THE
GENERAL OFFIC ES
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES
Moses E. Clapp, United States sen
ator, will in all probability seek re
election in 1916, and that he will
meet with opposition there is little
doubt. Already the names of like
ly aspirants for the position, one of
the most honorable within the gift
of the state's voters, have been men
tioned, one of the mosit often heard
being that of George T. Simpson,
formerly attorney general of Minne
sota, and now a practicing attorney
Continual approval is being given
the three judges of this judicial dis
trict because of the naming of a
ditch referee, and the selection of
O. L. Dent for the position has al
ready proved to have been a splendid
choice. Mr. Dent is a thorough en
gineer and knows the conditions of
this section well. He realizes the
vastness and importance of the en
teriprisie under his supervision and
as a consequence the work on ju
dicial ditches in this district is much
more complete than ever before.
lfoe Steel Armada.
In 1588 the greatest war fleet that
had ever assembled sailed from
Spain to conquer England. There
were 140 ships manned by nearly
30,000 men. They moved forward
in a crescent seven miles from tip
to tip, iwith the tall galleon of the
Admiral, the Duke of Sidonia Me
dina, in the center. Every school
boy knows the story of that quest.
The names of Drake, Hawkins and
FrobisJher, who commanded the Eng
lish fleet, are household!, words to
this day. Generation after genera
tion has been thrilled by the histor
ian's picture of that running fight
in the English channel and the
North Sea, when the little English
sailing craft hung about the un
wieldy galleons like wasps, har
assing them day after day when
burning ships were sent into the an
chored armada at midnight, strik
ing terror to the Spanigfa sailoirs'
hearts and crashing their vessels to
gether in confusion when a great
storm burst upon the beaten fleet
and strewed the coasts of Scotland,
Norway and Ireland with its wreck
age, and the bodies of twenty thous
and men. Future history may tell
similar tales of the great British
armada which etet sail just the other
day from the English dockyard at
Portland, under sealed orders to find
and destroy the German fleet. In
comparison with this flotilla the fa
mous 'Spanish armada was but a
string of rowboats on a pleasure
pond. No such tremendous fighting
power has ever been assembled at
sea. The Spanish galleons were of
wood these are of slteel. The huge
Spanish flagship was of 1,300 tons
the Iron Duke, the flagship of Ad
miral Sir (Oallagihan, is of 25,000.
There are 29 steel battleships with
guns that can sink an enemy be
yond the horizon. There are four
battle crudsers almost as formidable,
eight armored cruisers, four lighter
cruisers, and a great number of de
stroyers*, torpedo boats and submar
ines. It is almost precijsely the
same fleet that King George review
ed recently at Spithead, when theire
were gathered in the harbor more
than 200 vessels whose officers and
men numbered 70,000. When they
passed before the king there were 22
solid miles of ships, with cheering
crews. Above them in flow, in or
derly squadrons, the scouting aero
plane^ which now regularly accom
pany such a ship. The royal salutes
shook the sea. At night the fleet
was illuminated, and powerful
searchlights -clashed fantastically as
they pierced the air and played
against the clouds. The least of
those ships could have demolished
the entire armada of Phillip II. One
gun,from one dreadnought could
have reduced any fortress in exist
ence when England's "wooden
wails," aided by Providence, .saved
her from invasion. The clash of
this steel armada with the German
fleet, if the enemies meet in the open
sea with their full complement,
should be the climax of all sea war
fare. How it would end is,* of
Odrse, uncertain. Great Britian as
a naval power far outclasses Ger
many, but this fleet does not repre
sent Britian's full strength. Ifi Ger
many assembles all her naval for
ces, while still outclassed in tonnage
and guns she would,not be at such
a disadvantage'hut that strategy and
firing might rturn the vic
tory. If these great fleets meet,
and fight it out decisively, that hat
tie may determine the issue of this
greatest of all wars. It may de
termine whether Britannia is still
to rule the waves, with power to
starve Germany by cutting off-her
1'ood supply while Russia and France
arush her armies, or whether Ger
many will gain the mastery of sea
at one stroke, and thereby make it
possible to starve Britian into subr
jection and break her power for
One reason why politics is never
given a rest is because there's no rest
for the wicked.Walker Pilot.
The Hancock Record advises its
readers to watch for a bill in the
next legislature to reimburse Henry
Rines for his expenses in the state
auditorship contest.Dasteel Anchor.
It's hard to pleaijo everyone. We
fuss when the prices go down and
rage when they go up. Of course,
it depende largely on what side of
the fence we are stationed.Albert
At this time, when all Europe is
about to engage in a slaughter such
as the world has never witnessed,
and aS this country is made up
largely from the old nations, it is
best to "keep our iheadjs" as Pres
ident Wilson advises. Don't believe
all you read in the daily papers. Re
member everything is not official.
Maple Lake Messenger.
Just think of it! One hundred
and twenty-five thousand dollars
paid out to the farmers of Todd
county by 19 creameries during the
month of June. All the creameries
of Todd county are operating under
the co-operative basis and all* pros
pering. Some of the farmers are re
ceiving as high as $200 per month
from the cows.Hubbard County
Important to Dyspeptics.
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets improve the appetite,
strengthen the digestion and regu
late the lifver and bowels. Just
what you need. For sale by AH
Placing a board with two sharp
steel edges across his store window at
night, a Chicago merchant effectively
prevented attacks by window smash
-ttate of Ohio, City of Toledo,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is
*enior partner of the firm of F. J. Chen
ay & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo, County and State aforesaid, and
ha said firm will pay the sum of ONE
m'NDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
sry case of Catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of HALL'S CATARRH CURB.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6th day of December.
A. D. 1886.
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
TT Notary Public
Hall's Caiarrft Cure is takenjynternal
ly and acts directly upon the Blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family' Pills for const!pa
an advertising medium.
OPECIALIZED production improves quaKty ^id?^cuts^
cost. There is no arguing with that JnduitrM Law.
And that is why Firestone Tires ^^'competition in
quality and meet competition--inprice
Firestones are built by post-graduates in^tire making*,
Tire authorities, crack foremen, extra good workmen1
logically land in the Firestone Family of Specialist^
America's Largest and Leading Organization
Devoted Only to Tire and Rim Service
Their greater knowledge, experience arid
skill gives you the extra quality, extra mileage.
Their greater efficiency saves you on the price!
And the largest exclusive tire factory, envied by the
whole industry for its advanced facilities and scientific
methods, saves you more on the price.
Make vur advantage in production your advantage in^&rtyiiigv
Get the multiplied mileage of Firestone quality at .ihe-lqw
cost of Firestone efficiency and volume.
All good dealers sell Firmtenes to their
most experienced tr&h
Firestone lire and ^Rfclbber rComp^nfrf
"America's ar#f ~xc/*toe Tire-nitd Rim MUwi''
Akron, Ohio,, _.rv Branches and^Jejders Everywhere
11 1 ii*
1THE ROCK DRILLER DM LIS THE! GOOD JiJDfiE-j..
a glad day for a tobacco chewer
when he finds the Real Tobacco Chew.
"Right-Cut" is made of rich, mellow,
full-bodied tobacco. Seasoned and
sweetened just enoiigfti '&,:
Knowing how much it means to bis
comfort a man takes f*h
his friends about it, too.
You don't ha*ie to
The taste lasts.
to triad on it with your teeth. .Grindint^oni (urinary-^aiuljetl tobacco
makes you spit too. much.
The taite of pure, rich tobacco doea not need to be- oo*r4^*P withJniolSaseataniL
licorice. Notice how the aalt brings out the rich tobacco taste ia "Right-Cut."
One small chew takes the place, of two big
.fcriews of the old kind.
SO Union Square, New^York-
(BUY FROM DEALER 0R5EN0 lOV5T^P5^QUsl
Take a very small chewlesspanops-qnasfis/ the
old size. It willbe^nore^ainfyfo^ltaHra mouthful
of ordinary tobacco. Just nikbJaoe itnotiiyo*find
the strength chew that suits you. "Tuck"it away.
Then let it rest.' See heweas^ ami ev*n4^e^eul
tobacco taste comes, hovrk mtUfow#tont&8*^ttih<*e
much less you have to spit, how fewLcaew&.yau take.lo
be tobacco satisfied. That's why it is The Real Tobacco
Chew. That's why it costs lesrior ttMrend.
It it a ready chew, cut fine and~*hort tnvtf*frthat*yoti-w4,t'
Advertisers who want t&e''b6tt results
always patronize The Pioneer. 7 Tbtey*l!wwi'
ence, that it has no equal in this?sectKn
amt jwewarg'-pm' JMaea liW No
4 youat tot* ieii tHaa^ i #t
inager partner' in
townsite, ihotel and lumber tus|.
nesai Apl|ont muttfc btf mnr t?-
perienced business man of cleafe
record and capable of overseeing
a^niwn^Uw^elB^i^oonstri*q- tion work. We oSfrn nearly pup
mileff of"fromt*ge^an ne- of^aJSejji
and clear of encumbrance. Hot#l
Is a twelve-year money maker.
WMf-seH b<^4*tere3t tv*hei*lgHt
man for $7,&0& 4n cash or ota^rig:
good property in exchange. Woul&
deal with reliable, real eatates
agent. Address Hotel Company.^
P. O. Box 82, Red Win*. Minn.
(desiresvthe sewie of%a local *w4
resentative to handle insifdHp^ntf
coiHectioits in tnfe *erptt5y^ Wo
man preferred For furfc^r^par-^
tilara write* to H. H.-Hohn,,
403 WatkiaBv .tBidg., MHwaukee,
WANTfiD^-Maood, reHabte g^rl fo
general housework, to go southi
Expenses paid and good wages. Ad
dresfe Mrs. Tarns Bixiby," general 'de-
liTeryi Bemidji, Minn.
WANTEDFirst class.lady cook for
employees' mess. Write- W. L.
Thomas,,.Red Lake, Jidian.
WAH^iBaD-^Woinan*- for genwral
housework on farm-neriBein*Wi.
Address W e\o ,P4oaeer
WANTEDTwo women to wash
windows. Hotel Markham Annqx
WANTED^A cook. Pliseaer HoWl.
ualnflfthd FOR RENT4^Beom
CQt*B 512^A4BMrkw^Ae i
Irne Lapfpenv AliO AmRiGa Ave
'^^House', 09 Bemtdtji
Inquire at 903' BemtdiJi
FOR RBNTr-^Large rlront ,room-vM3.
P. N. Anderson, 513 mxu- Ave,
sFORi RENT-Parnfend4^oitt with
b*th. 1A09 Bemidjii Ave.v
efFaR' JtBNT-^&eVen-room house. A.
WANTEDft-of-4--ffoems for ligfct
housekaeniftKR A^drea "M," ojo
lsM W B^iiH%ll|
pr. we. wwi mhw&mti
Pioneer want ads bring Jesuits- ii
asMbto acsdw, ^MDJ14US &tiMW,?&o>
1 NMtheiwjjFll.O^^i^Or^ Northeilv
ll^V^EUajh^a tsajcfejaod to^arriKe
sSoutbrfit. ftwl*'A*g. 17.Gste*-nt
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves, *6.50JS1Q.2.5. Hpgsjj
$8.^a#S:80. Sh'eep^-L*n1bs, liorf
OMNh, wethers, -T4.50#'RS0r ewes?
Chicago, ,Augr J7.WbjeatSepW
88%c Dec., 94%c May, $1^1%. Corn
Sept., 76%c Dec^ 67%c: May. 69c
OatsSept.)' 41c Dec.,- *4%e? May,
47%c. PorkSept., IMttO. Butter-^
Creameries, 28c. Eggs15@21c. Pout*
trySprings, 15c fowls, 13%c.
,M**aa*aUitf- Apg. .^17.Wl^-f
e*i^ -Dec.t Assi^ci ,rmm -close mm 4
Ssaeta, No, 1 Jiaid, ttmt$*#&o. V.'ih~
97"%*i#2 Ls-No. 2 N6rthe*7JSi i:
&t!44&~*ij5. 3 Northern, JS&t&fl^
00^ -No. 3i yellow coM&N0tto$*-
$73fliMC50 steer^Ui40si30 ows
and neSers, |3.75@9Slft stdeaerstand
feeders, $5.508.10 calves, $840
11.75. HogsLight, $.email@example.com kaix
ed, $8.759.45 heavy, $8.50|.35
rough, $8:firstname.lastname@example.org pigs, $7.00k70.
Oner^ftlf cent jp^- 'wss$^J*P
RegnlM charge, tatemmm
dfktf^rl ^hw- tha. ta*kMttn
ani allini faqa^maohdnwy. J^ Q.
TRADEFor Truck. -Solid
Rubber Tires. Just the thing* for
a farmer. Good condition. Will
trade tor wild land in Jtfinwsot*.
69 SoisHk 9th St., Minneapolfe. i
ffOR -Hafdtf RubbT staaqa. Tn
Pionsar- will procure any Jdad bt
rubber^8ta'for..-you oaahar^ no
ceata eaebdelL^erd to yonr||oa|e
Model Mfg. Co.
tfXMt SALEOne Indian motewcyeje
complete with side oar. Address
FOR SAIaE-^Household furniture.
Apply James Fullerton, 1417 Ir
FOR SALEHouse only. 909 Bel
trami Ave. Inquire 908 Beltrami
IftiT AJTD FOXTHp
LOSTOld-fashioned gold tbrooch.
Finder-kindly return to 50-3 Irvine
Avie. for reward.
LOST'Boy's rubber coat. Finder
plea|ae return to Jno.L. Brown, or
leave at Pioneer.
ADVERTISERSThe great state ft
North DakoU offers unlimited op
portunities lor business .to claflMi
tted ftdvertisers. The recognlsec
adveniafag-flMdlnm -4n th Fargr
Daily* and Sunday Courier-New*
the only? .seven-day paper is iht
state and the paper which carrier
the largest amount of classified
advertising* Thar. Courler-NeWf
covers North Dakota like a blank"
-et Teaching all parts of the stat.
tha^dAya ^uhitoatioa^ it is tk
paper to use in order to get re--'
suits rates one cent per word flif
succeeding insertions fift cenjt**
per Hue per month. Address ts*
Courier-News, Fargo. N. D.
PQR SALETypewriter ribbons fei
very make 'of typewriter on tsjt
'-m*eiB6t'mt*** cents-an^-7S -cen|*
"ac^ ^yery^^bbxm ^eekl for^lfi
aboit Mfreorda'/wood-lurtf -*l|
4ndii gm* ST^MIQ iwiw mitotli
*omjHly fiWsd. Wall .orders glvet
the same careful attention as whw
you appear in person. Pohne *$
We.want to.sell a few Work Har
jesses Gheaj). to, advertise them, Csil^
In and see them.
Money to sUaan
xiTtkphone aftSu Bemidji, Jiinn.
Ever, as toy.
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dssUvusr hoiMsmn piece
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Oflllce to Wintsr Block
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
OfHc* eond lloor O'l^aary-BowMr BMt
Office with Reynolds Winter
Opposite Markkam Hotel
Offftnwf i MlloBlw}lf
m- A. 8HAJCN0N, M. D.
PHYS1CLA.N AND SI'EGEON
to -Maw Bloe
OBi. C. Kv^AilBoaN
PHGIAN AND SURGEON
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Qver Flrat National bank, Bemidjl, Mi%^
KRfr A. E. HEWBERSON
PHTSltBtaN AN1J ^SUROEON
Ovjr Wrst-Natlonal bank. Bemidjl. MK
9fflc#dP|iKne^t Residince Phone 14
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office ^Security- Bank. Block
OR. JEINEB J0HBS0N
PbpnpiaB *nd Sui^eon
E1SB EAR. NOSE THROAT
HteL Telephone 105.
DS. F. J. DABRAGH
Specialist of Chronic Diseases
208% 3rd St., over Blooston Store
Day and Night Calls Answered.
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Open dally, except Sunday, to I i
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H. N. McKEE, Funeral Director
Phone 178-2,3 or 4
M. E. IBERTSON
UNDERTAKER a ad
mMtnmAju. Bemidji, Min.
STOV E WOO FO SALE
iUNDLE WOOD, 12 -20 ie. Ion,
'Dtfimsd^te.Bessidpi, $2 25 to