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Vi rtfy a* At a -ft St Mi S.SF $8^7^:^ tAS* vim ft G. B. CARSON, President 6. W. HARNWELL, Editof Ona tear Six Months Three Months Ona Month Ona Week uI 0 v? i $& THE PIONEER WANT ADS BRING RESULTS BRIGHT NOW FEELS 20 YEARS YOUNGER Wretched Health of San Fran- cisco Ma Soon Ended By Taking Tanlac "I'm now sixty-five years of age, hat since taking Tanlac I actually feel twenty years younger," said John W. Bright, 2111 Castro St., San Fran cisco, Cal., "for the medicine has re lieved me of troubles 1 though? noth ing could help. "Years and years ago, while work ing at my trade as carpenter back in Kentucky, I got hurt lifting heavy lumber, and as time went on and my Hack kept, hurtini? me so bad I thought it was the strain. But some years back I began having indigestion and Tanlac fixed my stomach up in first class condition in just a little while, and I quit taking it because I had no idea it would help my back. Then last July, while working in the ship yards, that pain suddenly struck me in my back and my son had to carry me home. I went righti to bed, could hardly move and it seemed that noth ing could help me. Finally I got to where I could be up a little, but was ao weak I could hardly walk- My bark hurt terribly and my kidneys botbesed me so I could scarcely sleep. My appetite was poor and I was al most a complete nervous and physical wreck. "Remembering how Tanlac had built me up before, I started taking it again.' It soon had my stomach in 'fine shape, and, to my surprise, I found that the pain had disappeared from my back also. I have a fine ap petite now, always feel strong and full of energy and my back is in fine condition. I can stoop over without a bit of trouble and get about as well as a man half my age." Tanlac is sold in B^IT''' "V BEMIDJI DAILY JflONEEK PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY THE BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING CO. TakplwM 922 fatand at the postoarie* at Bsmidji, Minnesota, ai sscond-elass matt**, onder Act of Congress of March S. 1879. No attention paid to anonymous contribution!. Writer's nam* must bo known to tho editor, but not necessarily for publication. Communica- tions far tho Weakly Pioneer most reach this office not later than Tuesday of each weak to insure publication in the current issue. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier .|C00 2.00 1.50 .56 .15 On May4 30th a hundred million people bowed their heads fn tributJe to the heroes who have fallen in our American wars. Itnis customthe sorrowful gratitude of a nation. glorious acts of our "forefathers, who made this country free. That, too, is customa custom born of an excess of joy. And so it is through life. No matter how poignant our grief may be today, there is always a measure of joy for the morrow. It is the destiny of life that joy must be accompanied by sorrow, and sorrow must give way to joy, Never are we per- mitted to know one to the exclusion of the other. We are in this life but a little while, each one as but a grain of sand on the glistening beach. The flowing tides of life bring us into beingwe tarry a little whileand the outward rush sweeps us into eternity. The sands of life are as those of the beachever shifting. They come, they linger, and they go, but never is the movement limited to one direction. There is joy over our advent today, and sorrow over our departure tomorrow. Joy and sorrow, hand in hand. Life is nothing else. GETTING CLOSE TO BOTTOM Bang! down they go!. Did you notice advertisements of reductions in automobiles? Reductions were announced in Ford and Dodge cars. Mr. "Ford" tells us just how muchMr. "Dodge" doesn't. But Mr. Dodge will no doubt tell anyone how much the reduction is if they're interested. On the quiet, we heard it was about $300. It is only a short time ago that we saw sweeping reductions alj along the line. It is an indication of the trend of the times. Who is next? Multi-millionaires are becoming too much of a Ttf&Ttiplicity in this country. We will have to use greater discretion in this rapid accumulation of wealth, or there will be no poor men left to do the work. I Bird Saws i^avss With Silk. The winter. Is a good time to find i birds' nests, as the hedges are leaf* I less, and nests may be found in placet which have been carefully searched tin vaiij in summer. The kingfisher's nest Is wonderful thing, being com posed of fishbones. It is possible that these bones are the remains of feasts, the bird going to the same hole year after year when nesting. Still more wonderful is the craftsmanship of the noisy tailor birds of Iudia. which with their bills thread leaves together wit* the silk of caterpillar cocoons. 5 fV City Drug Store and leading drag* gists.Advertisement. E. H. DENU, 8 M. and Mgt. J. D. WINTER, City Editor By MaO Ona Year ffiz Months Three Months THE WEEKLY PIONEERTwelve pages, publishedI Thursday and seat postage paid to any address CT. in advance, $2.00. OFFICIAL COUNTY ANw W**-. vf*K .$5.00 2.50 1.25 tn ove ubi aevery 1 wil CITY PROCEEDINGS W sorro JOYw AND SORROW HAND IN HAND no Were1 S'&$*^i"s$iif*'S Help the Boys Through Vacation PARENTS KNOW THAT A BOY WILL WEAR OUT more clothes during vacation than in all the rest of the year. The rough and tumble play that is an indispens- able part of out-door life is the hardest test clothes must meet. AND THAT IS THE REASON WHY WE SAY WE are ready to help the boys through vacation. Our boys' clothing is built to stand the rough wear. It will go through the most strenuous day and a brushing1 make it almost like new. Our Furnishings for the Boys Are Equally Well Made. Bring Him in and Let Us Get Him Ready for Vacation Days. EDITORS' OUTING AT DULUTH IMPROVED MILK SUPPLY It is gratifying to see that there has been an improvement in the quality of the milk supply in Bemidji and vicinity not that we were any worse than many other towns, but the fact that as soon as methods of improvement were pointed out to the dairymen they at once fell in line and complied with the advice. The Tesult, according to those inspecting the milk and herds, is an improvement of 100 per cent. Many new milk houses have been constructed and many more are under construction, indi- cating the desire on the part of the dairymen to give Bemidji the best milk possible to supply. DOPE ON ADVERTISING When one scatters a feeding of corn to a chicken, would it be reasonable to expect that chicken to get fat and grow because of that one feeding? Yet, many so-called business men expect fat returns from one advertisement. Is that reasonable? It is the advertising which you do that brings success, not that which is neglected or left undone. It is the results they show on the diamond-that Snakes the standing of a ball club, not the fine uniforms they wear. An advertising medium must be judged by the results it brings, not by its fine typographical excellence.The Business Printer. TOE BEMiDJI DAILY PKW5E2R HATS OFF TO THE ENGLISH Over in England some of them are feeling justifiably cockey because they beat the Americans at playing golf. Good enough! We are glad they have found something at which they! can beat Americans, even if it is nothing more ex- citing than golf. It would never do for us to excel our English cousins ev- erything. It would be ungenerous of us, and very disconcerting Some day we may tire of doing the useful things of life- of progressing in the sciences, and in industry, and in agricul- ture, and education, and in accumulating the wealth of the world. We may even cease our steady grind of work and produc- tion, and decide that it is time to enjoy the glories of the pres- ent and anticipate those of the future. Then, perhaps, we may learn to play golfthe pastime of affluence and dignity. If the plans of Secretary "Doc" Rutledge are carried out, the outing of the Northern Minnesota editors at DuJuth July 21, 22, 23 and 24 will cap the climax of all previous occasions. It will have a Fourth of July celebration, where they bang a hundred guns at sunrise, beat a mile, because Doc's program won't even permit one to sleep. His program provides enter- tainment while we sleep. Indications are that the largest crowd ever gathered at a irood time outing will be present when the big "fireworks" be- His plan isv to "make" Duluth and all the Range towns in four days' time, and, the way he has planned it, this can be done and done right. Leave it to Doc for a successful party. He not only has made good on all outings in the past, but has succeed- ed in making each one better than the one before. O It is said that large numbers of government positions are vaqant because men can not live on the low wages paid^ The fellow who used to live comfortably on $50, & month- now finds that sum an aggravation, about enough to ijled the mosquitoes in the average home. vr ^Sr Fashion now decrees the lengthening of skirts, but here's hoping they wear out the old ones first. 4Jk ready *v.' 'MS^M^MMieMtk ''jJ-'k&y&J?*^'^ '!Ji*-* nam W^*^- will GROOM COWS AFTER MILKING ^^^^P^-%aSSiidi~'i%Ji^ Dust and Germs Prevented From Con* tamlnating Milk SupplyDo AI) Work Between Timet.. The cows should not be grocmed, bedded, or fed immediately before milking. This fills the .air with dust and germs which'get into the pull and contaminate the milk. The grooming is ns good for the cows as good bed ding, but do it during the day when ample time will be left before the next milking to allow the dust to Bettle. Her Fatal Complaint Billy heard his mother say that jtrieud of theirs had djed of old age. "Later when a caller came to the house and inquired about the woman who had died, Billy informed h?r "Oh, she a dead. She died of the long time." Mystery of Egg Lines, Why. are some birds* eggs .pure White and unmarked and others va riously and highly colored, with all sorts of marks upon them, from mi nute dots to scraggly lines? asks the American Forestry Magazine. How are these spots and markings pro duced? Nests of birds run all the way from the female laying a single egg On the bare rock on the coast, to those laying ten or more eggs in a very elaborate nest built in very dif ferent localities. MCseea*Tis :vW A 8n* FopeessK Old RoxlelghYou must be less ex travagant. How do you expect to get aloLg when you are my age? Ills Son-Welf. father, I suppose by that time I'll have your money to get along with. An Original Copy. She wants $10,000 for a kiss?" "That's the figure named in suit "It's exorbitant." "She claims it was the first ever printed on her chaste lips, in other words, a rare first edition." At a Party. "Why are you so anxious to play bridge?" "Somebody will play the piano if we don't." ening i. FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE .10, 1921 KILL RATS TODAY Blue Rose Rice, 10 lbs for 59c Tall Salmon, 3 cans for 40c Strawberries, in heavy syrup, 2 cans for 45c Oval can&.Special Sardines, each 20c Fruit Nectar, any flavor, each 21c Catsup, large bottles, per bottle. 23c jiffy Jell, mint flavor, 2 for 25c Bacon, strips, per lb 20c Peanut Butter, in bulk, 4 lbs for..... 50c Olive Cream Toilet Soap, 4 for 25c Bath Tablets,. 3 for 25c Brooms, 4-string, 2 for 95c Large Galvanized Wash Tubs $1.30 Saturday,June1 1 Palace Meat and Grocery Our new Grocery Department will be opened for the approval and inspection of the public Saturday, June 11th. The merchandise carried in this department will be of excellent quality and we trust will meet with general approval. FLOWERS and SOUVENIRS Visitors on this day will be favored with flowers to the men and women and souvenirs to the children. Our service will'be the best that can be provided, and the same de- livery system now in force in our nieat department will be used in thedelivery of our groceries. We Extend to You a Most Cordial Invitation PALACE GROCERY DEPT. A. C. Janneck, Manager By Usingi.' the GmiileaP STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE n* caaranteed"killer" furBat*. Mice.Cockroaches. Ants end WalertTOM the arfateat known carrier* of dlaease. Thej deitroi bulb food and property. iem' Electric Paate force* thee* pe*U to ma Iron the building for water and rean air. BEADV TOR USC-BBTTEK THAN TRAPS Directions In 15 language* In everr boa. *woaUea,JScand0. KnoughtokllliOtottOralaS If. S. Ooreromenl tray* It. THE PIONEER WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Clifford' Weekly Specials fn I jqjjt -&l IP"!