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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

A LIST OF DELINQUENT TAXES. Continued from Page 2.] NAME OF OWNER "o O 'A J. S. Pillsbury, nej4 of swji..34 J, S. l'illsbury, sej4 of awfj, swJ4 of se'A o J. S. l'illsbury, seJ4 of seJ4. svyj4 of swJ4.. W.'A. Newton, se!4 of sw)' Walker & Akeley, c!4 of swj4.L. Walker & Akeley, wJ4 of seJ4.U Walker & Akeley, scJ4 of t,e S H. & S. S. Wilhelm, wj4 of swJ4.. ..13 80 SO Walker & Akeley, ej/i of ne^.14 Walker & Akeley, se-4 14 Walker & Akeley, swj4 14 Walker & Akeley, setf. y lfatrick Median, wJ4 of nwJ4, w'/2 of SWJ4 Walker & Akeley, se#S. Walker & Akeley, 4 of nej4-17 Walker ft Akdey, sj4 of nw'4.17 Walker & Akeley, sw/,.. Walker ft Akeley, ej4 of ne'4.18 Walker ft Akeley, lot 7 18 Walker ft Akeley, lot 1 19 Walker & Akeley, lot 2 ..19 Walker ft Akeley, se)4 of ncJ4.19 Walker & Akeley, lot 4.. ..19 Walker & Akeley, seJ4 of swj4.19 S. l'illsbury, lot 5 19 C. L. Ortman, sej4 of.. Walker & Akeley,nwJ4 of nej4-20 Walker & Akel...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

NAME OF OWNER. T. B. Walker, ntf of etf.. T. B. Walker, nw4 of swji. Louis Sweeney, seVi of sw)4. Henry Parks, n}4 of ae'A... Henry Parks, etf of nt%.. H. J. McCleman, *eJ4 of setf W. Dickerson, sA of se'-i... M. Cauklin, sw& of *wtf... H. J. McCleman, se!4 of swJ/4 Jas^StiUweU, setf of wtf... T. B. Walker, swtf of ei P. Brennette, neft of neW. P. Brennette, ne'4 of nw,Vi- H. J. McCleman, eV4 of neJ4 E. W. Backus, nwM E. W. Backus, sw|4 of swtf. SI* SO 40 40 80 SO 40 SO 40 40 40 40 40 40 80 TOWNSHIP OF SHEVLIN Town 147, Range 36. C. F. 0*man, lot 1 2 40 C. F. Osman, lot J.. 2 46 C.3F. Osman, s*A ot nw#.. 2 40 Albeit J. Laraners, wJ4 of n'eW 4U Gilbert M. Walker, lot 44 0*H. Ekre, lot 2.. 44.02 O.K. Lakness. lot 2 5 42.41 Ole Lee, lot J.. g. T. B. Walker, lot 8 .10 62 Red River Lumber Co., setf of sw'4-. W n, Trast. twtf of ....11 40 John Heddington.nwtf of swtf.M 40 T. B. Walker, ne& of sejf .15 40 T. B. Walker, aw% of se^..l6 40 T. B. Walker. t*% of *wtf..2S 40 A. A. White,...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

*"u I 1 *^M* CHAPMA N O N FORESTRY. An Able Article Relative to the Existing Conditions in North ern Minnesota PineWoods. (Grund Rapids Magnet.) In the Mississippi Valley Lum berman of last week was an article of considerable length by Herman EL Chapman, superin tendent of state agricultural ex periment station at this point. The subject of the article was "Economic Bearings of Forestry on Northern Minnesota Condi tions. Mr. Chapman deals with the matter in a very masterful way, he having made a particu lar study of those questions for years, and is considered as anPhenlx, authority on the subject. The article is to long for republica tion in full this week, but we will give his version of how young trees in Northern Minnesota are killed. He says: "In northern Minnesota there were originally vast, stretches of foresV both of white and Norway pine. Had it been possible to enforce an effi cient system of fire procection when this pine was cut, it is not too much to say that a large pa...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

Effeet of ISnfl Jiewn. BaconI Understand a member of the Anti-Imperialist league had a bad fainting: spell the other day. EgbertIndeed? "Yes. He heard his wife was about 'o appear in an Empire gown:" TIio Fowsr of the I*r-. a common expression, but few realize its actual power. Groat as is-the influ ence of the press, it cannot begin to equal the power of Hostetter's Stomaph.Bitters over disease. Too Bitters strengthens the stomach, purifies the blood, and curea dvspepsla, indigestion ami constipation. l will tone up the nerves, stimulate in active kidneys, and sis an appetizer, it is unequaled. If you want to get well, and keep well.use Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Ncceaanry to Proper Courting A Glasgow servant girl went home a few evenings ago with her head wrapped up in a shawl. Her young mistress,asked Jher what ailed her, and was told that she was suffering from a bad attack of tooth ache, brought on by sitting in the park. But you ought npt to sit op such a cold chilly night a...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

CAUGHT Jufc A a La Grippe is epidemic catarrh.It spares no class or nationality. The cul tured and the ignorant, the aristocrat and the pauper. The masses and the classes are alike subject to la grippe! None are exemptall are liable. Have you the grip? Or, rather, has the grip got you? Grip is well named. The original French term, la grippe, has been shortened by the busy Amer ican to read "grip." "Without intend ing to do so a new word has been coined that exactly describes the case. As if some hideous giant with awful GRIP had clutched us in its fatal clasp. Men, women, children, whole towns and cities are caught in the baneful grip of a terrible monster. Pe-rn-na For Gri p. Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell, President of Epwfirth League, also President of Eoyal Teift^jT^e Legion, writes from ChjghallSj Wash,: "I have used several remedies in cases of severe colds and la grippe, but none I consider of more value than Peruna."Mrs. Dr. C. D. Powell. After-Effects of a Grippe Miss Emma Jouris, P...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY, Publishers Entered In the postomce at Bemidji as secoQd-class matter. (M'BLISIIEU KVERY THURSDAY. Official County and City Paper. A FRIEND OF FORESTRY. Gov. Van Sant comes from the southern part of the state, but inhis inaugural addressheevinces a deeper interest in the northern rt of the state than do half of our neighbor editors. The gov ernor called attention to the im mediate need of the legislature to take action in preventing the "complete destruction of our coniferous forests." He reasons that unless the state acts now it will '-at no distant date be com pelled to expend vast sums an nually for reforesting, as in the case in European countries and in some of our eastern states, which expenditure, by wise leg islation at the present time, can be avoided." The governor does not ha and stammer and with a far-away look in the eye speak of "some future time," but he declares that now is the only time to act. By deferring action a little l...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

ill v ^W 1 rB LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Lakeside Bakery and confectionery. 'Phone 118. Free delivery. tf. If you are looking for bargains, attend J. W. White & Co.,s clearance sale. 3t The telephone company has got out an up-to-date directoryprinted by typewriter. An execution sale of the City Hotel property will be held by Sheriff Bai ley March 23. Rev. Franeis Willis will hold Epis copal services Sabbath morning at 10:30, at the ciiy hall. Lumbermen's pure gum rubbers, one buckle, for $1.25 at Burton's One Price Clothing Store. G. Rosseland, of the Skan'dinavan Of Chicago, is in town on business connected with that paper. Dr. Arnold's Cough Killer for asth ma cannot be equalled.S. B. Gilles pie, Guthrie Center, la. F. A. Brown is reported as doing a good business in his U. S. commis sioner's office at Blackduck. J. Montigue came down from his homestead in 150-30 last Saturday and returned to Crookston where he ispiles, working. A first-class experienced grocery clerk wants position in...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

Witt mii\i $xmm. KAISER GREELT, Publlifbftr*. BEMIDJI. MINNESOTA. Already the first edition of Lord Rcsebery's "Napoleon the last Phase," consisting of 10,000 copies, has own exhausted in England. The Athenaeum utters many disparaging wails over the hook, and says that it is v/rittcn in a style not historical, but rather adapted to that of after dinner speak ing. An Impatient man in Camden, N. J who was eager to acquire wraith and acquire it quickly, sent money to an advertiser who promised, on receipt of a dollar, to tell any one "how to gat rich." Here is the useful advice he received: "Work like a slave all your life, spend as little as possible, and never marry." Modern science is extremely exact. The engineers who have been consid ering the problems arising out of the proposed Nicaragua canal provide for a waterway nine inches deeper than the draft of large ocean steamships. The reason is that as fresh water is not so dense as the water of the sea, a ves sel will sink deeper wh...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

In the Senate. Washington, Jan. 29. The senate turned from the grind of appropria tions yesterday to listen to a speech Rfhich partook of the character of an ration from Senator Towne of Min nesota. Since he entered the senate a tew weeks ago on appointment of Gov. Llnd, the young Minnesotan has had little opportunity to display his tal mts. As his reputation as an orator ad preceded him there was much in terest in his speech, which was in ad rocacy of his resolution for a cessa tion of hostilities In the Philippines. The ficor was crowded with senators md members of the house of repre sentatives, the latter including Repre lentatives Littlefield, McCall, Cooper tnd others, who, have been prominent in insular legislation. The galleries, ublic and private, were cowded to verflbwing. The speech abounded In tpostrophes to liberty and patriotism md scathing and scornful arraign ment of the policy by which the Fili pinos were being annihilated. Immediately following Mr. Towne's ipeech th...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 7 February 1901

(^oqliro fyorres oooo poidcpc BEAR CREEK NEWS. At about noon last Saturday, Kilin & Lundin's store was laid in ashes. The fire arising from tha stovepipe in the roof. Losses were pretty heavy and no insurance. Mr. Kilin, of Fertile, arrived the night previous to the burning of his store and returned Sunday accom panied by his son, August. Scandinavian Lutheran services will beheld at the residence of I. Estenby Sunday, the 17th, conducted by Rev. Williamson. Mr. N. K. Lee of this place and J. T. Fathergill, of Moose, transacted business in Bagley last Friday. Mr. Krohn is spending this week on his homestead at Rice Lake. J. H. Olson is having some lumber hauled to Shevlin by Martin Hippe. A. N. Sundvald went onto his claim in Itasca to start logging. R. Felt made final proof on his homestead last week. J. Mclntyre went to the.Lcamp the fore part of the week to put in a few weeks work. Hans and Ed. Scellberg quit work in the Smith camp last week. Mr. Andrews, of Bemidji, came dow...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

*h a VOL. V. NO. 50. & 1 $ r v',)f 'TO Another Lodge. The Modern Samaritans Installed Among the Fraternal Orders of Bemidji. Officers Elected. Bemidji has another fraternal and benificiary order, and it starts out under most promising circumstances. H. R. Yolten. chief organizer for the order, and H. H. Martindale, treasurer, have been in the city over a week and wound up their labors here by installing the following officers Monday night: Good Samaritan, C. E. Albrant Vice-G. Samar'n, H.H.Wheelock Scribe, J. T. Berry: Pinan. Scribe, C. B. Fisk: Treas., F. M. Malzahn High Priest, F. E. Higgins: Levite, C. W. Warfield Innkeeper, J. A. Albrant: Chief Messenger, H. E. Reynolds: .fun. Messenger, W. H. Walker Centurian, Wm. M. Ross Watchman, R. Miller: Physician. Dr. Morrison Trustees, 1 yr. John Graham: 2 yrs Wm. McCuaig 3 yrs., Edw Kaiser. The Modern Samaritan is pure ly a Minnesota order with head quarters at Duluth, incorporated and equal. for the purpose of assisting its A acter...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

State of Minnesota, County of Beltrami, ss. [OFFICIAL,.] A LIST OF DELINQUENT TAXES UPON REAL ESTATE WITHIN THE County of Beltrami, State of Minnesota, For the year A. D. 1899, remaining deliquent and unpaid on the first rionday in January, 1901, and the penalties accrued thereon. SftSffSfiRKSSS ^41^%P & F. Irish, trustee F. Irish, trustee Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Bemidii Townsite & Imp. Bemidii Townsite & Imp. Bemidii Townsite & Imp. F. E. Dudley Kaiser & Lohn Kaiser & Lohn Kaiser & Lohn F. E. Dudley F. E. Dudley F. E. Dudley O. M. Nelson.. Kaiser ft Lohn.. Kaiser & Lohn Kaiser & Lohn Kaiser & Lohn Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Anton Machetka.. J. H. French Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Duluth Brewing Co John Swanson Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Village of Bemidji Village of Bemidji Bemidji Townsite & Imp. Bemidji Townsite & Imp. M. D. Stoner M. D. Stone...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

A LIST OF DELINQUENT TAXES. [Continued from Page 2.] G. Hann, &clA II.. ofTOWN E NAME OF OWNER 40 J. S. l'illsbury, ne'A of sw4 34 J. S. Pillsbury, sej4 of nw4 sw^ of se% J. S. Pillsbury, se54 of se, swj4 of sw4-- W. A. Newton, se|4 of swi4..3& S. C. Moore. nw'A S. C. Moore, ne'A.. S. C. Moore, n)4 of sw'A-. ..35 S. C. Moore, nj4 of se^4, swJ4 of se4 160 40 160 80 80 40 oicsyi Yi-}i Walker ft Akeley, w'4 of se!4-l Walker & Akeley, se!4 of se'A.U S. H. ft S. S. Wilhelm, wyi of sw)4 Walker & Akeley, e'A of ne4.1 Walker & Akeley, scA 1* Walker ft Akeley, swJ4 Walker & Akeley, se4. Patrick Meehan, wj4 of nw'A, w'A of swtf.. Walker ft Akeley, se4" Walker & Akeley, s'A of ne4-17 Walker & Akeley, s'A of nwtf.17 Walker & Akeley, sw4.. Walker & Akeley, ej4 of ne'4-18 Walker & Akeley, lot 7 18 Walker ft Akeley, lot 1 19 Walker ft Akeley, lot 2.. ..19 Walker & Akeley, se'/4 of nej/4.19 Walker & Akeley, lot 4. ..19 Walker ft Akeley, sej4 of sw...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

NAME OF OWNER. T. B. Walker, n'A of se'A.. T. B. Walker, nw'A of sw'A. Louis Sweeney, se'A of sw'A. z~ 80 40 40 SO 80 40 80 40 40 40 40 40 40 80 TOWNSHIP O SHEVLIN Town 147, Range 36. 40 46 40 C. F. Oiman, lot 1 2 C. F. Oznian, lot 2 2 C. F. Oma n, se'A of nw%.. I Albert J. Lamners, sw'A TOWNSHIP OF DUDLEY Town 148, Range 36. Halvor Smith, ne'4 of sw'4.. 8 40 O. A. Lanners, ne'A of se'A..U 40 O. K. Laknas. n'4 of sw'A....2S 80 O. K. Laknas, se'4 of se'A--2^ 40 0. M. Walker, n'4 of ne'4....33 80 O. M. Walker, nw'4 of nw'4..33 40 G. M. Walker, sw!4 of sw'4.33 40 G. M. Walker, s'A of swS^.. G. M. Walker, s'A of se'A M. Walker, lots 6 and 7.. M. Walker, sw'A of ne'A M. Walker, ne'A of aw'4.. M. Walker, se'A of sw'A.. M. Walker, se" of se'A M. Walker, ne'A of nw'4. M. Walker, se of sw'A.. M. Walker, lots 4 and 5.. M. Walker, se'A of se'4. D. Stephens, wA of nw'A. D. Stephens, w'A of sw'A.- A. D. Stephens, se'A of ne'4 A. D. Stephens, ne'A of se5-4 NAME OF OWNER. a a a 20 21 21 26 3.71 2....

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

Telephone No/54 Tf vo wnt- L. Gilbert, General Contractor. And Dealer in. Manufacturer Of Jt will sell Angora does in lots to suit purchasers. Bred to my cele brated Billies to kid in May. Write for prices. A. L. MORRIS, tf. Bagley, Minn. Stop* the Cough and ,woBfcoff*he*ofdr.' Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price 25 cents. E. A SATHER Photographer. wwwwwwnww Latest Styles and Best Finish at Low Prices. Send in your Kodak negatives for developing and finishing. Kodaks and Supplies always on hand. Views of lumber camps and surroundings for sale. Gallery en 3rd SL3EMIDJI. Just try Booth's Pokegama A Good Smoke. Delicious Flavor. Sold by the Leading Merchants and Dealers. Manufactured by Geo, Booth, Grand Rapid's, Min 5 BRICK, LIME, CEMENT, ADAMENT, DEADENING FELT, IMPERIAL PLASTER FIRE BRICK, CLAY. 0-0-0 Warehouse, B. & N. M. Tracks. J. R. RICHARD FINE BRICK. Orders Solicited Satisfaction Guaaanteed. Bemidji, Minn. GeWey R. J. ROFIDAL, Prop...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

Mfa tfjaMj i umm. KAISER A QREELY, Publish*!*. BEMIDJI, t.. MINNESOTA. Lord Hopetoun's eldest son. Lord Hope, who has gone out to Australia with his father, will return after Ran ter to England, when he will begin his public school career at Eton. Lord Hope is now In his 14th year. Hia brother is a year or two younger. Lord and Lady Hopetoun have only these two sons, as their little girl died some years ago. Prof. James of the University of Chicago, has been working twenty years to get a fully authenticated case of death from snake bite. Every case he investigated turned out to be en tirely without foundation, or else to he based on utterly insufficient evidence, until the other day when a snake charmer in Georgia died from the ef fect of a diamond rattler's bite, and adequate proofs were given by the at tending physician. About the coolest thieves on record did a Job of work in Philadelphia a few days ago. Early in the morning, while hundreds of people were going to work, half a do...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

Si iJ J *m 1 ifU) :tive Page CHAPTER XVIII.(Continued.) I "Mr. Aylmer is here, my lord," he taid. "Will your lordship see him." "Certainly, of course," exclaimed his lordship. "Show him here at once." The man retired, and in a minute or two returned with Dick, who said "Good-morning" to his uncle, with an air of cheerful civility. "H'gh," grunted the old lord, "morn ing. Well?" 'Well, sir," said Dick, "I have thought the matter over, and although I have not, and never have had, any wish to go to India, I have decided that it will he best for me to accept the appointment you were good enough to get for me." "Oher. I'm glad you've come to your senses at last," said the old lord, a shade more graciously. "Well, you had better go and see Barry Boynton about itthat will be the best. And then you'll have to get your affairs put in order, make your will, and all that." "I have made my will," .said Dick, promptly, "although it's true I hadn't .very much to make it for." "Ah! that's goodthos...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

I 1 1 1 1 i 1i The Bemidji Pioneer. KAISER & GREELEY. Publishers Entered in tlif postoftieo at Bemidji n second-class mutter. ITHUSIIKO KVBKV TIUHSD^Y. Official County and City Paper. THE MUNICIPAL CAMPAIGN. The annual contest over the election of village officers for the ensuing year is upon us. Per haps never before have the voters of Bemidji shown as much con cern over a coming election as they show at the present time. Especially interested are the heavy tax-payers who sweat be neath the burdens of govern mental taxes. T^here is a general impression among our people that taxes are. too high, and that by a wise and economical administra tion they can be lowered consid erably next year. Denyieg this sentiment there is not a candi didate who would dare to ask the votes of our people. Bemidji must have such an administra tion, if the town is to live and prosper. There is no question about it. The only question is who is the man and the set of men to guarantee such an admin istra...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

ft i I *M V- ctive Page LOCAL HAPPENINGS. It used to be an e'usy spree To run a gen'ral store. When people wanted anything They'd find your open door, And life was free and easy then In happy days of yore. But later days and modern ways The ancient systems smash. The merchant's {jot to hustle now To earn his daily hash, And advertising he must do To win his share of cash. A. M. i Dimity Ball to-night. Vh Attorney Russell was in Brainerd Monday. Sam McAfee came down from the Big Fork country Tuesday. If you are looking for bargains, attend J. W. White & Co.,s clearance sale. 3t M. E. Carson is laid up with an at tack of the mumps and other troubles this week. Miss Ross having returned from her vacations will be pleased to meet her pupils. Twenty per cent, off on Arties and rubber goods at the Boston Store of Snow & Schroeder. 50*3$ You can't expect your wife to look pleasant if you don"t buy her hard wheat flour at 3rd St. feed store. Every sack guaranteed. J. R. Pur pore ret...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bemidji pioneer. — 14 February 1901

House of Representatives, Washington, Feb. 4 1899. atha Ohio Gentlemen have taken Peruna sew for two weeks, and find I a very much relieved. 1 feel that wre will be permanent. I have also taken it or la gripp e, and I take pleas. ore a recommending Peruna as an excellent remedy to all fellow suffer- en*"-M. VV. Howard. Congressman Howard's home ad dress I Fort Payne, Ala. OS people think that catarrh is a i'ftfl disease confined to the head and jfl nose. Nothing is farther from Che truth. It may bo that the no se and throat is the ofteneat affected by ca tarrh, but if this is so it is so only because these parts are more exposed the vicissitudes of the climate than Che oth er parts of the body. Every organ, every duct, every cavity the human body is liable to catarrh. Jk multitude of ailments depend on ca tarrh. This is true winter and sum mer. Catarrh causes many cases of chronic disease, where the victim has not the slightest suspicion that catarrh has anything to do with it. The ...

Publication Title: Bemidji Pioneer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
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