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The Bemidji Daily Pioneer
TMM BEXXDjrX PZOVSEB FUB. CO
Publisher* aad Proprietors
Entered at the post office at Bemidji
Minn., as second-class matter under Act
f Congress at March 8, 1879.
Published every afternoon except Sunday
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tributions. Writer's name must be
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ily for publication.
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The Weekly Pioneer
Eight pages, containing a summary of
the news of the week. Published every
Thursday and sent postage paid to any
address for 81.50 in advance.,
H! PAPER REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN
ADVERTISING BY THE
NEW YORK AND CHICAGO
WANfHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL ClTIES
TodayFriday, the thirteenth.
IJet's all get in the front row and
do our Christmas shopping early.
If the cost of living goes much
higher people will have to go to
market in aeroplanes.
There's an upward trend, even in
crime. Automobile bandits are now
wearing fur overcoats.
Special Agent H. A. Larson has the
knack of giving out less information
than some men who know a whole
It is sickening when a great crime
has been committed to see the law
step in and seek to paralyze every ef
fort to bring it to judgment.
A month ago it was "Buy a Bale
of Cotton." Today it is "Buy a Pail
of Booze" and help the Bemidji
"Hardware" dealers dispose of their
Keep in mind that you have until
November 30 to lay in a supply of
snappy liquid refreshments. After
that date you may have to call on
At that it must be admitted, and
generally is, that a resurrection and
enforcement of a law made sixty
years ago is somewhat of a joke to
When the Wisconsin and Minne
sota football elevens meet at Nor
thop field tomorrow it will be for the
twenty-fourth time since 1890. 01
the 2?, gairpf p^ed, Minnesota has
won 12, Wisconsin 9, and there have
been two he r^mes
Trust Funds $2,000,000 Higher.
Nearly $2,000,000 was added to the
permanent trust funds of the state
during the year ending Oct 31, ac
cording to figures taken toda\ from
the books of Walter Smith,
state treasurer. On .that da Mr
Smith' was custodian of securities
aggregating $22,626,000 in the per
manent university and school funds,
the swamp land fund and other per
manent trust funds, and a year ago
he had $20,800,726 in the same ac
Minnesota has aided many sister
states by investing in their bonds
to the extent of more than $5,500,-
The trust funds are growing rapid
ly through the sale of state lands
and timber, royalties on iron ore and
interest on the investments.
Minnesota has no bonded indebt
One doesn't read so much now-a
days about voting the Republican
ticket straight. Evidently people
are awakening to the fact that some
times it is a pretty good plan to vote
for the man regardless of the ticket
he may happen to be running on
Forty-four persons in the United
States had incomes exceeding $1,-
000,000 last year, according to re
turns to the internal revenue tax
collectors, and 135 persons had in
comes exceeding $500,000 The to
tal number of individuals paying un
under the new income tax law was
357,598, which includes 23,551 sin
gle women. Unmarried men to the
number of 55,212 paid tne collectors
Lake City Graphic
When the editor cf a country p^-
per starts in on Monday morning to
get up something for his paper in the
way of interesting local news and
finds, after nosing around, that noth
ing has happened in the town or
community that he can write up,
and nobody gives in any persqnals or
local news, and every fellow he talks
to says, "I don't know a thing," and
his liver is not working just right
and he feels as though he had just
as soon loop the loop with Lincoln
Beachy as go to workthat's the
time when he would like to turn the
job over to the "Smart Aleck" who
thinks he could get up a better pa
per than the editor and not half try.
North St. Paul Sentinel.
An agricultural meeting will be
held in the school house in Dist. No.
8, Saturday, Nov. 14. C. O. Carlson
of Erskine will be here to talk. Ev
eryone will enjoy hearing him. He
will speak in both English and Nor
wegian. Everyone is invited. Bring
your dinner and come prepared to
get acquainted. Coffee will be serv
ed. Remember the date, Saturday,
Those who spent Sunday away
from home are the following: Gena
and Gelena Hegland were at Mr.
Huset's Minnie Rabe was at Mr.
Kvale's George Kvale and Tom Heg
land were at Norbo's Mrs. Norbo
and son were at T. Hegland's Mike
Rabe and Gunder Moe were at S. S
King's Mrs. Charles Ohrberg and
son Earl were at John Coburn's
Milton Berg was at Charles Ohr
berg's, and Andrew Anderson at
We are all pleased to hear that
Mrs. Sandland returned home very
much improved in health.
Antone Iverson has installed a new
phone in his residence.
Mr. Nowman and family left Fri
day for their home near Kelliher.
Sven Johnson of Inez has been
A Kidney Remedy Adver-
I take pleasure in stating that I
have used Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
that I was greatly benefited by the
same and have used it in my family.
I had a son, when quite young he
suffered from bladder or kidney af
fliction, I called in my physician, he
attended him but did him no good.
Almost by accident I noticed an ad
vertisement about the curative pro
perties of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root.
I procured a bottle and gave it to him
according to directions. It cured
him of what we thought was almost
impossible and the same with others
of my family I have such strong
faith in Swamp-Root that I have
never done without it in my family
since the wonderful cure of my son
as well as myself I recommend it
to all who suffer from kidney or blad
der troubles and I am led to believe
that it is one of the best medicines
for the purpose for which it is used,
that has ever been discovered.
This is my experience from the use
of Swamp-Root Wishing the pro
moters of this wonderful medicine a
large sale to the suffering public, 1
63 Broyles St Atlanta, Ga.
E O WILLIAMS, Notary Public.
i letter to I
I Dr. Kilmer Co.
Btogrhamton,& XT 1
Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do
Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer &
Co Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
size bottle It will convince anyone.
You will also receive a booklet of
valuable information, telling about
the kidneys and bladder. When
writing, be sure and mention the Be
midji Daily Pioneer. Regular fifty
cent and one-dollar size bottles for
sale at all drug stores.
Ever, as a boy,
tie a can to a dog's tail
and see him scoot?
Sure you didwe did!
And how about that
lot. or house or piece
of furniture, or auto you
wish to get rid of?
Tie a Daily Pioneer Want
Ad to it frienddo it
threshing grain for some of the
farmers here, during the past week.
Guy Angell and Chris Peterson
have returned from the west.
Among those who were in Black
duck on Thursday were, Andy Ellis,
Miss Alta Bateman and J. E. Bogart.
Mrs. J. D. Bogart attended the W.
C. T. U. meeting in Blackduck on
AnTong those who went to Black
duck on Saturday were, the Misses
Kate Workman, Alice Neely, Herman
Thorn and family, C. Peterson and
George Bogart and crew ha%e fin
ished working on the roads in the
southern part of the town.
Fred Bateman and wife arrived
from St. Charles Saturday might
They will visit during the hunting
season at the home of B. F. Winans.
Mrs. Bateman is a daughter of Mrs
Temperance exercises were^given
at Sunday school on Sunday ."fi*'
John Rasmusson and familywen
SALT S 10
Eat less meat if yon feel Euckachy or
Bladder troubles yonSalts is
fine for Kidneys. ,t'
Meat forms uric acid winch excites
and overworks the kidneys in their efforts
to filter it from the system. .Regular eat
ers of meat must flush the kidneys occa
sionally. You must relieve fiem like you
relieve your bowels remo\mg all "the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dull misery in the kidney region, sharp
pains in the back or sick headache: diz
ziness, your stomach sours, tonpue is
coated and when the weather is bad yr
have rheumatic twinges. The ui-ioo is
cloudy, full of sediment the chaonds.
often get irritated, obliging you to get
up two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these irritating a--ids
and flush off the body's urinous uaste
get about four ounces of Jad Salts
from any pharmacy take a table
spoonful in a glass of water Lofore break
fast for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine and bladder disorders dis
appear. This famous salts is male fiom
the acid of grapes and lemon juice com
bined with lithia, and has boa used for
generations to clean and sti .mlate slug
gish kidneys and stop bladdo iiritation.
Jad Salts is inexpensive .rmlcs and
makes a delightful effervescent lithia
water drink which millions if men and
women take now and then, thus avoiding
serious kidney and bladder diseases
The evening and danc
ing dresses are some of
the most beautiful the
master minds of fashion
have ever evolved the
materials include all
that the coming season
approves, crepe de chine,
erepe meteor, charmeuse,
satins, silk poplins and
chiffon. LOW PRIDED FOR
THE BEMIDJI DAILY HOHEER
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to Blackduck on Monday. jgjf frl
Mrs. Frank Cossentine returned to
her home in Blackduck on Monday,
after visiting a few days at the home
of her sister, "Mrs. Herman Thom.
William Dodge left for Kelliher
Saturday, where he will be employed
for some time.
C. A. Bye transacted business
N. B. Nelson of Leonard was in
Mandle Hetland of Gonvick arrived
here Monday and will visit her sis
ter, Mrs. H. Dodge, for a few days.
A. A. Haarklau and Ben Pederson
took advantage of the sale in Bemidji,
Mrs. Moller, who has been vis
iting her parents at Rush City for
the past few weeks, returned home
Miss Clara Roen left foT Bemidji
on Friday of last week. She will be
the guest of friends for a few days.
I Sam Jamtvold returned Saturday
from North Dakota where he has
been during the past month.
Walter Johnson of Solway attend
ed the dance at the Fram hall Sat
Mr. and Mrs. E. Diseth, H. Kop
pang and Rev. Lockrem left Monday
for Clearbrook where they will at
tend the Lutheran Conference.
Two carloads of cattle were ship
ped from here Saturday.
Willard Runyan and his father
have rented the G. G. Buell farm.
Guy Anderson and family arrived
from Vanscoy, Canada, and will oc
cupy one of the houses on the Buell
farm this winter
Floyd, Robert, Bennie and E. An
derson, mother, little daughter and
brother-in-law, Mr. Nunn, and fam
ily have also arrived from Saskatoon,
Canada They are glad to get into
the United States once more and un
der the protections of the stars and
stripes. Their friends and relatives
are glad to welcome them back.
The Farmers' club held a meeting
Thursday evening in the town hall,
and was entertained by visitors from
Bemidji. Messrs. Gile, agriculturist,
Supt Dyer and Bailey, manual train-
ing teacher, and also the domestic
science teacher, gave good talks on
various subjects. Pictures of farm
scenes, alfalfa, etc., were also shown
by the visitors. Lunch was served
by the ladies of Northern. Among
those present from Bemidji were, Mr.
and Mrs. Dyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gile,
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey, Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Given.
Mrs. Grover is spending the week
in Bemidji at the bedside of her
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Grover, who is
very sick, having undergone an op
Earl Hugget arrived from Park
Rapids Monday evening to spend a
Of mu Wtodbw
DRY GOODS SHOES
RfeADY O WEAR GARMENTS
BE IDJI MINN.
N'S, MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
ts, Furs and Dresses
PECIALLY LOW PRICED
For Saturday Selling
An Unrivaled Collection of
Handsome Tailored Suits
A collection so extensive as to show more styles at one price
than many stores have at all prices. You are urged to see this
assemblage for it is certain you can make the most satisfactory
selection and obtain absolutely matchless value here scores of
styles in broadcloths, wool, poplins, diagonals, pebble cheviots,
gabardines and mannish serges in black and all colors. Plain
tailored or as elaborate as you may desire. A wondrous variety
in each size.
An army of fashion's most recent recruitsthat boast no
rival in this city, exclusive and original styles embodying the la-
test innovations in women's travel, motor, street and dress coats:
coats of Zibelines, Velours, Fur Fabrics, Boucles, Broadcloth.
Chinchillas and Novelties. Coat values that are only possible at
Segal's Emporium Co
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1814.
few days with friends at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs
Emma Anderson, Mrs. Abbie Whit
ing and Miss Maude Anderson were
among those who attended the sale at
Mrs. John Noll was visiting witk
Mrs. Carrick Monday afternoon
Dovey Spencer was a caller at the
Peterson home near Bemidji Thurs
We are sorry to learn that Mrs
Kaiser's little girl has the scarlet
The small game suffers now-a-days,
being most frightened to death, and
about all the rabbits have left
catches the eye of the feminine passerby, and
sometimes the male sex hesitate. No, it's
not the window filled with baskets, but the
one decorated with the
Electric Dining Table Sets
Chafing: Dish $4.50
Tea Kettle $3.50
Coffee Percolator $7.25
Electric Stove $8.00
Serving Stand $2.50
Curate Stand (Automatic House Maid) $11.00
Egg Steamer $5.00
A variety of other items may be
seen in our window and include:
Salt and Pepper Casters, Vinegar and Oil
Bottle Cruet Casters, Alcohol Tea Pot, Double
Top Serving Dishes, Sugar and Cream Sets,
Coaster Sets, Salad Sets with Fork and Spoon
to match, Coffee Sets, Mayonnaise Sets with
spoons, Tea Groundless Tea Pot, etc.
SEE OUR WINDOW
Draf a 9
Third Street Bemidji, Minn.