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Jg^^r^SaSr^ fi. & CABSON. President G. W. HARNWELL, Editor One lest Siz Montha Three Months On* Month One Week E^dd llBEMIIOTlOAiLYPIONEER PUBLISHED EVERY Entered at the pottoffiee *t%Bemidj its (.MO!::, under Act pf Coi rf .JO IK AFTERMOON THE BEMIDJI P1QNEER PUBLISHING CO. T*Ipk\w 922 Mo^attaattaa paid to aiionyinoiia *^a^^JJ^^.^^JS. Da known to the editor, but Uot necessarily lor publication. Coninianica- SmaSoMha S iSmeer^xust reach this officpaot latex thanlTneadji, of. each weekto insure publies,tion in the current ferae. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. By Carrier 3.04 im .65! .15 THE WEEKLY PIONEERTwelve pages, published every Thursday and 3?pSaSfpaid to any ^^^Y"^^^^ OFFICIAL- COUNTY AND p!T PROCEEDINGS IS MRS. EDiDY ALIVE? "Is Mrs Eddy, founder of the Criristuln Science faith, alive?'* ThaVin effect, i the question pufr.up to the courts MaS EXQEPT SUNDAY. E. Ht DENU, See. and Hgr. J. D. WINVER, City Editor Minnesota, as aecond-claia matter, of March 8. 1879. I [By Mall One Tear Six Months g-a Three Months who issadmitted "physically dead,"^n^nf tinue to be an officer in the business management of the hris- an Science, church, there is no^eason why the Rate Andrew Gar- S or the late Russell Sage Should not be considered as ac- tive agents in the conduct of tWe Tast business enterprises -with which they were associated in Jjif. If this peculiar contention is allowed to stand in court the dead hands of countless Persons who have passed beyond will cbntinue their lifeless^ and chill- ing holds upon many business and religious enterprises, and a nSn who wants to make, surethat his estate ^parceled out ac- cording to his will, would liave to specify before hand that when he passes out he is to be considered both physically and legally dead. It is scarcely believable that the lawyer who raised the point in court means to try to have it sustained. 0 COMMUNITY CO-OPERATION "T?" "A house divided against itself cannot stand." This is good scripture and good sense. A community split up into groups and factions, each selifishly seeking its own-, is a house divided against itself. Such a community cannot achieve its: greatest prosperity. .T i Community service is the means by which we may pull to- gether. It means not only organized friendship, a league of neighbors,.but.a town and country partnership. Each needs the other each prospers only as the other prospers. Community service is merely something bigger and broad- er than a commercial or civic club. These terms suggest jdivi- sion, a* special interest. Community means every one. Service means work. Both mean a house no longer divided, a town and country partnership, working with and not for the other. This isJruecQ^mMpUyx o^|wra^ion. 4^,* 4800 2.50 1.21 Regina, Sask.Between 4,000 aad 5,000 farm laborers will required oil. Saskatchewan farms this spring, according to tie Superintendent of the.- Employment Service of .the Bu reau Labors* and Industries. Al ready, over 1,500 orders for farm Physiological Action of Prin cipal Ingredients of Cele brated Medicine on the Hu man System Is Explained. SUPREMACY CLAIMS WELL SUPPORTED Many of the Medicinal Ele ments Have Been Known and Used Since Civilization First Began. Tanlac,'the i celebrated medicine which has been accomplishing such remarkable results throughout this. country and Canada, is composed of the mo&t beneficial roots and herbs known to science. The formula ds purely ethical and complies with all Naltional and State Pure Pood and Drug Laws. Altogether,'there are ten ingredients in Tanlac, each of which Is of recognized therapeutic value. Many of these ingredients have been individually known and' used since civilization first began, and feome of them have been aised and prescribed by leading physicians ev erywhere, but until they were brought together in iproper propor iiion and association, as in the Tan lac formula, humanity had not her- tiofQre realized their,full value and effect In referring to one of the more im iportant ingredients of Tanlac, the Encyclopedia Brittanicasays: "It lias ibeen the source of the most valuable tonic medicines that have ever been discovered." In referring to others of the general tonic drugs contained in Tanlac, the 13th Edition of Pot tier's Thereapeufcics, standard medi cal1 text book, statesa that "They Im part general tone and strength to, the entire system, including all organs and tissues." This same -well-known authority, in 'describing the'physiological action Of still another of the ingredients of fcanlac, which Is of value in treating what i$'commonly fcniown a "a mn- DRESSES Embroidered and plain, Trico tines and Serges, each $14.75 SUITS Serges and Tricotines, tailored and silk lined at .$24.75 HOUSE DRESSES Dark Blue and Greys, sizes 34 to 52 former value $2.98, at..$1.69 CHILDREN'S HATS A large assortment in the sea son's wanted styles $1.95 "WAISTS Georgettes, lace trimmed, Em broibered Taffetas and Mignon ettes at, each only $3.98 up P. & N. CORSETS Former values $2.50 and $2.75 special $1.95 LADIES' SHOES Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps $10 val ues Black and Brown at $5.75 Women's Strapped Pumps, Oxfords and Shoes ..........H-95 LADIES' RUBBERS Assorted sizes SHOES Odd lot Ladies' Shoes, to close at $2.95 (In Our Basement Store) CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS Mary Janes, at .....$2.49 MEN'S UNIONALLS $1.39 pair (In Our Basement Store) THEBEMID^^^ LEADING AUTHORITIES NOWSHOW JUST WHAT TANLAC REALLY IS 50c help hayje.been received by the va rious offices'"(ft' *he Saskatchewan government employment service. Thesd' orders 'have been^placed in advance for help that will be requir ed about April 1, when -it is expected seeding will he ia sight. down condition," uses the following expression: "ft is 'highly esteemed in loss of appetite during convalescence from acute diseases." There are certain other dements in /Tanlac which, because of their in fluence upon the appetite, digestion, assimilaition and elimination, im..' iProve the nutrition and' vital activity of tih'e .tissues and more important organs of the body, and produce that state "of general, tonicity which i3 called Health. The United: States Dispensatory makes the following comment regard ing another ingredient: "It maybe used in all -caSes of ipure debility of the digestive organs or where a gen eral tonic impression Is reciuired. Dyspepsia, atomic gout, hysteria a-nd intermittent iever are among the many affection* Sn which it has prov en useful." There are certain other.ingredients described. in the Dispensatory and in other standard medical text books as 'having a beneficial action upon the organs of secretion, whose proper functioning results in the purifica tion of- the biood streams passing through thenu. ih,this manner objec tionabie aindi poisonous ingredients of the blood are removed and the en tire system invigorated and vitalized. Tanlac was designed primarily for the correotilon of disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels. At the saane time, however, it is a powerful reconsitructive tonic and body build er, for it naturally follows that any medicin that brings about proper assimilation of the food and a.'thor- ough eliminaton- of the waste ..pro- ducts'must, therefore, have a far-, reaching amdt moat' beneficial effect upon the entire systeni, Although Teniae's claims for su premacy ire.'abundantly supporteid by the: wfe'f^ld's leading authorities! is the people' themselves who have really made -TahtaC'Whait it is. Mil lions upon millions have used it with gratifying results, and have told oth er millions what it has done for them. That ii-yrhy Tanlac has be come therea sensation of the drug trade in this iouSitry and Canada, and that is also why it is haying the.iargest saLwef any medicine of its. kinSi in the world today.Adv. (r.r. *"T' .LADIES' BRASSIERES Pink Brocade, lace trimmed, sizes 36 to 54 former price, $1.59 special -98c INFANTS' SECTION You will find a' complete line of Infants' wear in all sizes and styles. Creepers. at..98c and up HOSIERY Ladies Silk Hose from....$9 to S9c Remember, vrn carry the well known brand-"Onyx Hose" with or without the Pointex heel. UNDERWEAR We carry the "Harvard Mills'^ tailored Underwear. Ladies' summer weight Unionsuits, from 69c and up SI SOAPS Arrow and Diamond C, a fyar 4c (In Our Basement Store) KITCHEN KLENZER Regular 8 cents a can, in our base ment store we give two cans for.... 8c OILCLOTH Assorted colors and patterns, per yard J. ..l.....:.45c (In Our Basement Store) CHEESECLOTH Double width, per yard ~i~ 10c Former price15c (In Our Basement Store) '0M^^WM^^^^Mk^^:*$^H??'':: *V Daily Capacity 700 Barrels On-oa Mai floor you willfindBig Values in Coats, Capes, Wfraps Suits& Dresses ger's PHON7 851 BEMIDJI, MINNV ORGANDIES White and all colors at, per yard *& a 5*1. ESTABUSHED IN 4881 MERCHANT MILLERS SATISFACTION For Our Customers in Every Product We Offer Is the Key to Our Success BECAUSE of the demands made upon us I6r* QUALITY FLOUR, that we could offer our customers with our .own recommencJatiqn,and GUARANTEE, we called for samples and chemical analysis of several of the acejepted Standard Brands of Flours. After a careful study of samples offered we-bought not the product lowest in price, but the product which on actual baking test proyedivto be the highest grade of flour, and one that we can put out with an ABSQLUT^GUARANTEE, known under the brand of' ^HEADLIGHT3 "THE SPECIAL FAMILY PATENT FLOUR" KNOW that in offering "Headlight" flour to our trade it is with the guarantee that if you are not more than satisfied with baking results simply bring back the un- used portion of the sack, and we will cheerfully refund you full purchase price. IF you are having baking troubles, or if you would like a WHITER, SWEETER loaf of bread with your next baking, join the list of our satisfied customers who DE-% AND "HEADLIGHT" FLOUR for their baking requirements. FOR SALE AT UP VOILES All wanted shades and patterns, $1.00 .values,, at .........69c SILKS Navy, Brown, Black, Taffetas, $3.50 values at, per yard:.-$2.39 BOB EVANS MARINE TOGS Regulation Middies at-:$2.95 up ALL-ELASTIC CORSETS The "Treo" girdle, all sizes, from $2.50 to $20.00 P. & N. PRACTICAL FRONT Regular $5 Corsett.'^g- -$3.95 News from Ou Bargain Basement Store where we carrt^nly Bargains NOTIONS Bonnie B. Hair Nets .....r...... Darning Cotton Pins, Tiger, per paper (In Our Basement Store) DRESS PERCALES 15c Good assortment of patterns in light and dark srrounds. Splendid quality, 36 inches wide. (In Our Basement Store) DRESS GINGHAMS 15c per yard Checks and fancy Plaids, in all colors.' 27 inches wide. (In Our Basement Store) S fa 9c 5c 3c WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL tf, 192** HATS$4.95 Hundreds of hats, good straws, smart in appearancehats that will add just the right finish to your new suit at $4.95 and up PERHAM, MINN. 120 THIRD ST. mans1 OUTING FLANNELS 15c per yard All colors, also white, 27 inches wide. (In Our Basement Store) EMBROIDERIES Insertions, edgings and flouncings^ One-half Price (In Our Basement Store) LADI^I^LWSESTJ7 Assorted sizes :knd colors......^L:..79c (In Our Basement Stote)^ MUSLINS The well known brand' HOPE! P.- wi^-u, at 17c a yard (In Our Basement Store} asSpSsatai JlER'S BREAD 10c a loaf. -i---a -'flWWIIfll^fe^ ~y i 'r 1 IS W^fy&fM^^&ffi. t.